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Augusta College 
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Mr. A. P. Markert President 

Mr. W. L. Maden Dean 

Capt. L. Hathaway Commandant 

Mrs. Varie S. Bolton Registrar 

Mrs. Maybelle Miller Secretai-y 

Miss Margaret Bailie Librarian 

Miss Jane Hearn Assistant Librarian 

Miss Virginia Smith Guidance 

Mrs. Harris Lunch Room 

Mr. D. B. Robinson Bookkeeper 

Mrs. Pauline Stevens Schocl Nurse 




Faculty 



Mr. H. C. Milligan Mathematics 

Mr. C. H. Mitchell English 

Mrs. Josephine Morris Commerce 

Mr. J. R. Moseley Mathematics 

Miss Ruth McAuliffe Latin, History 

Miss Milbra McGahee History 

Mr. J. L. McDaniels Commerce 

Mr. J. J. Nixon Economics, English 

Mr. W. G. Oellerieh Mathematics 

Miss Winnie Overstreet French 

Mr. A. G. Owens English 

Mr. H. O. Read English 

Mr. J. M. Robertscn Mathematics 

Mr. G. M. Scott English 

Mrs. Minnie Sackett ^ Commerce 

Miss Grace Strauss History 

Mr. C. M. Sutton English 

Mr. J. L. Talley Physics 

Mrs. Ruby Turner English 

Mr. S. L. Wallace Biology 

Mrs. Margaret White Homemaking 

Mr. A. L. Williams Economics 

Mr. G. B. Williams Mathem.atics 

Mr. Percy Wise : Spanish 










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Sophomore Class 

CLASS OFFICERS 

PATRICIA SWAIN President 

MARY CLARK Vice-President 

ALAN PLAYFORD Secre'ary-Treasurer 



LEWIS M. BARNES MARY JOYCE CALDWELL 

NICK BACHES WYMAN POSTELLE BOYD 







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HELEN MARY CALLAHAN MARY KATHERINE CLARK 

RICHARD AUTRELL CARROLL MAE ELIZABETH FIELDS 



JOYCE ANN HOPKINS 



CHRISTINE NAOMI HUNDLEY 



JACQUELIN EUGENIA NIEHUSS 



GEORGE ALAN PLAYFORD 



ANN MARIE SATCHER 



JO ANN SIZEMORE 



PATRICIA CAROLE SWAIN 



KENNETH ROLAND SYMONDS 



LINDA ANN WHITTLE 




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Junior College 

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Freshman Class 

CLASS OFFICERS 

MARTHA ANN WIGGINS President 

SUZIE BAGGOTT _ Vice-President 

THOMAS HARRIS _ Secretary-Treasurer 





MARIAN ADKINS 



ANN STUART ANDERSON 



JUDITH HILDRED AYEHS 



SUZIE LEAMAN BAGGOTT 



CAROLYN MAE BRANDON 



WILLIAM McCORD BRICKLE 



MARTHA HARRIET DOZIER 



ELIZABETH LOUISE ELLIS 



PATRICIA LEE ERGLE 




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NANCY RIEVES FORD MARGARET GRACE GATTIS HUGH FISHER GROVER 

N. YVONNE HUGHES MARVIN VERNON JENKINS CAREY TOLBERT JOHNSON 

CAROLYN SUE JONES CAROLE ELIZABETH LITTLE DOROTHY GENE MATTHEWS 

WILLIAM ROBERT MOODY MERLE ESTELLE MUTIMER NANCY ELIZABETH McGINTY 

CAROLINE BRAILSFORD NIXON LAURA KAY PARKER SILAS PITTMAX 

LOIS ELIZABETH POWERS RAYMOND AUGUST ROESEL ROBERT LYTCH SEAGO 



BARBARA ANN SIMPSON MARTHA CAROLYN STAFFORD FREIDA HAMILTON STRAUSS 

WAYNE H. THOMPSON. JR. MIRIAM USRY ROBERT REYNOLDS WINCHESTER 



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Senior Class 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

GERALDINE MUNDY President 

NANCY GRICE Vice-President 

JANE CONNOR Secretary-Treasurer 





SHIRLEY ANN ABBOTT DONALD EDWIN AKINS 

WILLIAM EDWARD ADAMS ELIZABETH DADE ALEXANDER 

JIMMY MIXON ANDERSON . ROBERT EDWARD ANDERSON 

MARY SNOWDEN ANDERSON ROBERT HARDY ANDERSON 








ROY GERALD ANDES, JR. ADA MANNING ASTIN ELIZABETH ANN BAAB 

BILLY S. ARRINGTON ELIZABETH ANNE ATWOOD 



Seniors 




JAMES DAVID BARGERON 



MIRIAM ELVERNE BAILEY 



MARGIE ANN BABB 



FRANKLIN LEWIS BARTON 



VONCEIL BASS 



SUE ANN BEALL 



STANLEY CLARK BEARD 



SALLY ANN BECKUM 



NANCIE LEE BEDINGFIELD 




WILLIAM GENE BELL ETHEL MAE BISHOP CLAIRE BLANCHARD 

JUDSON TERRY BENTLEY JUDITH DAVID BLACKMON 



Class of 1956 



MARION AUDREY BONEY 



BARBARA MAURY BOWEN 



ROBERT A. BOWMAN 



JACQUELYN ELWOOD BOYETTE 



ANN MARDREA BRASWELL 



GEORGIE TERRY BREWER 



PHILIP WREN BRINSON 



FLORENCE MAE BROOME 



JAMES LANIER BROWN 







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JOE LESTER BROXTON JOYCE AMELIA BUTLER PEGGY BYRD 

GERALD TRACY BUNN JAMES FORREST BYRD 



Seniors 



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CAROLYN FAYE CAGLE 



VICKI LA VERNE CALHOUN 



MARGARET ANN CARROLL 



CLEONICE CARTER 



BETTY ANN CASEY 



FRANCES LADELLE CAUTHEN 



PIERCE NOEL CAUVIN 



WILLIAM LEWIS CAVE. JR. 



MARLENE CAROL CHANCE 



FLOYD JACKSON CHANCEY, JR. 



JOSEPH GARNER CHANDLER 



JAMES CLIFFORD CHANNELL 



BENNIE BROOME CHAVOUS 



JOHN HOBSON CHAVOUS 



THELMA JOYCE CHAVOUS 



CHRISTINE CHEW 



CAROLE JOSEPHINE CHRISTIAN 



JIMMY PERRIN CLARK 




Class of 1956 




JOHN EDWARD CLARK HILLARIE DE VARE CLEIN DONALD OSCAR COLE 

RACHEL JOAN CLARK SANDRA DALE CLINTON 




LYNNE COLE 



KITTY WALKER COLEMAN 



RONNIE COLEMAN 



WILLIAM R. COLEMAN. JR. 



MARY .10 COLLIER 



HELEN CLARICE COLLINS 



JERRY ROY CONNELL 



JANE GREENE CONNER 



JUDITH LA VERNE CONNER 



Seniors 




JAMES ALTON COOK MARY CAROLYN COOPER SARA MAE CORLEY 

FRANK GENE COOLER BARBARA GENE CORLEY 



JAMES CHARLES COURSON 



LAWRENCE CALDWELL CRAWFORD 



RUTH HAYES CROSS 



PRISCILLA CROW 



MARY LOUISE CRUMP 



ARNOLD LEE DAITCH 



CHARLES WOODALL DANIEL 



HERBERT LOUIS DANIEL 



ELIZABETH CLAIRE DAVIS 




Class of 1956 




RICHARD EDGAR DAVIS 



MARTHA JEANNE DEER DEWITT RONALD DENT 

VERNON LESLY DEAS JANELLE DEBRA DEMPSEY 



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PEGGY ANN DEVORE SHIRLEY LAVERNE DOOLITTLE DOLORES LUCILLE DROST 

JEANNE EVA DICKS WALLACE MANLY DORN 



Seniors 




BETTY JANE DU BOIS 



ANNE WILSON DUKES 



JOHN WILLIAM DUNN 



AIKEN FLETCHER DYCHES 



DOROTHY EBY 



PEGGY JEAN ELDRIDGE 



DAGMAR HELENE ENDORF 



KENNETH ENGLISH 



HOMER JIMMY EPPS 




JANICE FAY ERGLE HELEN DAVIES EVE THOMAS HUBERT FARROW 

JAMES DAVID EVANS CHAELES BALLARD EVERETT 



Class of 1956 



THELMA ANN FIELDS 



PATSY FITZGERALD 



LEWIS WARE FLINT 



VERA DEAN FLORENCE 



ALIENE LA VELLE FOGLE 



JO ANN FORD 



RICHARD PETER FORLANO 



CAROLE FRANCES FORSMARK 



MARILYN SUE FORTNEY 





BARBARA ANN FREEMAN 



LOIS MARILYN FROLKIS 



JOSEPH DANIEL FULCHER 



NICK ANTHONY GAVALOS 



ELDRIDGE DAVID GIBBS 



HENRY NORTH GOODWIN 



DONALD ANTHONY GRANTHAM 



PATRICIA VAN GREENE 



LOUIS WARD GREGORY 



Seniors 




NANCY ROBERTA GRICE WALTER ALLEN HAGIN 

MARY LOIS GRIMSLEY EVA MAE HALL 



LARRY HALL 




PHYLLIS ANN HALL CHARLES HAMMOCK 

TONI HAMMACK ELIZABETH HANKINSON 

CORNELIUS ALFRED HARMON ARTHUR COLEMAN HATFIELD 

WALTER TEASLEY HARRIS JAMES WILLIAM HEATH, JR. 



Class of 1956 



JANE KILPATRICK HENDERSON 



VIRGINIA DARE HENDRIX 



FORREST MALLORY HENSLEY 



IRIS MERLE HENSLEY 



MARGARET COSBY HENSLEY 



MARGARET ANN HEWITT 



DOUGLAS MELIVIN HIGGINBOTHAM 



MARY SUSAN HILL 



ELIZABETH SABRINA HOGAN 










Seniors 




DORIS ANN HOLBROOK 



BENNETT ALTON HOOKS 



WALTER ALLEN HOPKINS 



RONNIE CALDWELL HOWARD 



JIMMY WARREN HOWELL 



SARAH PATRICIA HUGHES 



PATRICIA ANN HUNT 



PAUL RALPH HURT 



JOYCE LORRAINE HYATT 







THOMAS CLAUDE HYDRICK HELEN MARIE JACKSON ROSEMARY HELEN JANSEN 

CUTHBERT FREDERICK INGLETT JOAN JAMIN 



RANDALL ALLAN JAY 



LANDY VINTON JEFFCOAT 



WILLIAM LAY JENNINGS 



BETTY JOAN JOHNSON 



BILLY G. JOHNSON 



HERBERT GENE JOHNSTON 



BARBARA LOUISE JONES 



CARLA JONES 



CLAUDIA LEE JONES 




Class of 1956 




EMILY JONES 



SHANNON DELORES JONES KATHRYN LOUISE KENNEDY 

SARAH OLIVIA JONES AUDREY JEAN KEEL 




BERT KING 



THOMAS LAMAR KING BRANTLEY EUGENE KUGLAR 

GEORGE COLLIER KING MARY JO KLEIN 



Seniors 



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WILLIAM BURNHARDT KUHKLE 



RONALD JOSEPH LA CHANCE 



JIMMY FRANKLIN LANDRUM 




FRANCES JANE LANEY 



TOMMY VVELDON LANIER 



VIOLET GLORIA LANIER 



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JERRY ANN LEE 



MARY FLETCHER LEE 



SYBIL FAUSTINA LEE 



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JENNIE LEE LEHMANN HOMER WALTON LEVERETT HARRIET ADEL LE\^" 

WILLIAM DAVID LESSARD DANIEL LEVY 



Class of 1956 



BECKY LITTLE 



JOHN GORDON LOGAN 



YOKE LUN LOO 



DANFORTH LEROY LUKE 



MARY FRANCES LYNN 



BARBARA LAVERNE MADDOX 



ROSEMARIE MAHLSTEDT 



CHARLOTTE JOAN MALLARD 



GRACE STRAUSS MANGUM 










JOHN THOMAS MANN, JR. HERMAN RUPERT MARKERT MARY VALINDA MARKS 

ROBERT FRANCIS MARION. JR. HENRY MORTIMER MARKS 



Seniors 




FRED MARSCHALK 



JOSEPH MARTIN 



MARGARET AMMONS MARTIN 



GLENDA MATTOX 



HENRIETTA ANITA MAY 



JACQUELINE MAY 



MARGARET JEANENE MAYSON 



MARTHA NELL MEACHAM 



GEORGIA ANN MERRITT 



SUE MERTINS 



ALICE VIOLA MILES 



DOROTHY MAE MILFOED 



BETTE ELAINE MILLER 



PATRICIA ANN MILLER 



SARA FRANCES MILLER 



RAY THOMAS MIMS 



JOYCE MAXINE MITCHELL 



MYRNA LOUISE MITCHELL 








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Class of 1956 




MARY FRANCES MIXON HENRY JACK MuuIJL;. JR. MARTHA HELEN MOSELEY 

WALLACE WILLIAM MOODY RAY CHARLES MOORE 




ANDREW BRAMLETTE MULCAY, III 



BARBARA HILL MULHERIN 



GERALDINE MUNDY 



MARGARET LOUISE MUNDY 



MARY ANN MURPHY 



DAVID LEE MYRICK 



EETTY JOANN McCORKLE 



DONALD PRICE MeCROAN 



BARBARA JEAN McDANIEI. 



Seniors 




WALTER RUSSELL McDOUGAL BARBARA ANN McGAHEE CHAKLKS RHIND NEWMAN 

JANE BRITTON McELMURRAY HENRY MARTIN McKIE. JR. 



WARREN O'BRIAN NORRIS 



MARIE PALMER 



JOHANNA LOUISE PARKMAN 



RAYMOND ELON PARNELL 



JOSEF COOPER PATCHEN 



ARTHUR BANCROFT PATCHIN, JR. 



ANNETTE DOYLE PEACOCK 



ROBERT PEACOCK 



THOMAS RONALD PEARRE 




Class of 1956 




ANN JEANETTE PERRY OTIS DIXON PHILLIPS MARGUERITE PHILPOT 

FREDERICK PHILLIPS CAROL FRANKALENE PHILPOT 




THOMAS BENTON PITCHER DANIEL TRACY POOLE, JR. 

DOUGLAS HOLMES POLLAK MARY JANE POWELL 



Seniors 




LARRY JACKSON PUCKETT 



ALICE ISOBEL PURDY 



MALCOLM WAYNE QUEEN 



BETTY JANE RACHELS 



JO ANN REEDER 



EARL REESE 



FRANCES CAROL REESE 



GLADYS MARIA REESE 



NEVA ALICE REEVES 




THOMAS EDWARD RHODEN PATRICIA ANN ROBERSON MARY GIBSON ROGERS 

KENNETH EARL RICHARDSON VIRGINIA DE.AN ROBERTS 



Class of 1956 



MARY CONNIE ROLAND 



JAMES LAMAR ROSS 



LEILA ANN ROYSTER 



OLIVER RUSSELL 



CATHERINE LOUISE SACK 



MARY LOU SANDERS 



CARROLL SUE SCHWIENING 



DORIS EVELYN SCOTT 



JAMES WESLEY SCOTT 





EDWARD GRESHAM SILLS FA YE SIMS 

SIMONE REGINA SIMOWITZ 



GEORGE WILSON SIMS, JR. 
FRED MARION SIMS 



Seniors 



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JEAN SIZEMORE 



HENRY AMON SMART 



BARBARA ANN SMITH 



DONALD SMITH 



LAURA JEAN SMITH 



SAMUEL LINDSEY SMITH 



WILLIAM HUNTER SMOAK 



LEROY FREDERICK SNIDER 



MARCIA JANE SPARKS 



MARY ALICE SPIVEY 



SANDRA RUTH STACKS 



SYLVIA STACKS 



SHARON ANN STADLEN 



DAVID G. STAFFORD 



PATRICIA LANORA STEED 



LILLIAN CHARLOTTE STEHMEYER 



JOE KEMP STEINBERG 



CHARLES EDWIN STEVENS 



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Class of 1956 




JOHN ROBERT STEVENS RACHEL MARELL STONE GLENDA FAY STOWE 

MARY EVELYN STONE RUTH LAMAR STORY 




BARBARA NAN STREETMAN 



SUE NANETTE STURGIS 



KATHRYN PHILLIS SULLIVAN 



ED LOUIS SUMERAU 



MARTHA ANNE SUMERAU 



GLORIA MAE SWE/.RINGEN 



HELEN RACHEL TANENBAUM 



ALBERT ROBERT TANNER 



HOMER FRANK TAPLEY. JR. 



Seniors 









STONEY EDWARD TAYLOR HUGH WYLIE TERRELL ANGELA IRENE THURMOND 

OLLIE OVALENE TENCH JULIA FRANCES TERRY 



MAXINE THURMOND 



PATRICIA ANN TOOLE 



REBECCA HOBBS TOWILL 



JOY ADRIENNE TOWNES 



MARTHA JANET USRY 



CHARLES ALAN VALENTINE 



THOMAS HOWARD VAN HAGAN 



JOANN PATRICIA VIGNATI 



MARY VIRGINIA VIGNATI 





Class of 1956 





ROBERT REYNOLDS WADDELL JAMES PANKNIN WALKER. JR. PATRICIA ANITA WALL 

NAN REBECCA WADE JULIAN CHARBONNIER WALKER 



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SARA RUTH WALL ROBERT EUGENE WARE MARTHA HULL WEEKS 

CAROL JEAN WARD CONSTANCE ANN WEATHERS 



Seniors 




MARY JANE WELBORN 



EDWIN J. WHEELER. JR. 



CLARENCE KENNETH WHITAKER 



ELIZABETH WHITTEN 



JOHN BENSON WIER. JR. 



WALLACE RAGSDALE WIGGINS 



BONNIE MILLER WILLIAMS. JR. 



CAROLYN LORETTA WILLIAMS 



KENNETH GREGORY WILLIAMS 




LARRY DONALD WILLIS LILI REBECCA WILSON JACQLTELINE WOMBLES 

IDA MARIE WILSON WILLIAM H. WILSON, JR. 



Class of 1956 



STEPHEN WONG 



FRANCES WOO 



WILLIAM BYRNES WOOD 



FRANKIE JOAN WOODWARD 



KATHLEEN WELCH WOOTEN 



WILLIAM LAWRENCE WREN 



BOYKIN C. WRIGHT 



BETH WRIGHT 



JULIE WRIGHT 




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Junior Class 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

JIMMY SMALLEY ._ President 

LINDA HUGHES _ Vice-President 

GLENDA POND Secretary-Treasurer 



Betty LcuJse Abernathy 
Dorothy Aldred 
Madeline Ruth Aldred 
Betty Jean Anderson 

Walter Edward Anderson 
Gene Ansley 
Tommy Harold Ashe 
C. Reid Askew. Jr. 

Tony Albert Atkins 
Robert Jerry Atkinson 
Joseph Carlisle Averetl 
Barbara Jane Bailey 




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Mary Louise Bailey 
Laure Evans Bailie 
Rosemary Baird 
Charles Williain Baldowski 
Henry William Bank 

Cliarlie Benson Beatse 
Edwin Palmer Beattie 
Ann Helen Bee 
Bill Benjamin 
Gail Marsha Bennett 




Juniors 




Jo Ann Bennett 
Rose Carol Bennett 
Anna Margaret Bentley 
Barbara Elaine Best 
Sheryl Kae Biedrzycki 

Edward Vernon Blatkwell . 
Patricia Angenette Blackwcll 
Nancy Ann Blanchard 
Anne Cuilis Blount 
Halley Full'ord Boatwright 

Jeanctle Lee Bodenhamer 
Carl Marshall Bogoslawsky 
Eddie Allen Botli 
Patricia Ann Boyd 
Cailton Scott Brack 





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Jerry Glenda Bradley 
Richard Carter Brinkley 
Ellen Carol Brooks 
Sandra Gail Brooks 
Audley Pcstelle Brown 

Barbara Jean Brown 
George Twiggs Brown 
Joseph Buster Brown 
Nancy Elizabeth Brown 
Martha Lee Bruno 

Yvonne Briisher 
IMary Huha Bumpus 
Hazel Laverne Burckh?ltei 
Joyce Ann Burris 
Thr.mas Levi Burton 



Juniors 



Joe Allen Bush 
Mary Florence Butler 
Robert Lee Byrd. Jr. 
Jean Marie Carroll 
Ramona Jo Carroll 

Grady CuUus Campbell 
Curtis Harold Carter 
Daniel William Case 
Herbert Calvin Caudill 
Patricia Lane Chandler 




Shirley Mae Cheeley 
Glenda Lucille Cheney 
Edward Chow 
Eugenia Kathryn Clark 
Schuyler Walton Clark 

Ronald Franklin Cleveland 
Chloris Viola Cliett 
Lee Ann Cliett 
Patsy La Rue Cliett 
Dorette Nell Collins 




Juniors 




Hugh Francis Conlon, III 
Myrna Sue Cook 
Jerry Lee Cox 
Ronald Clyde Coursey 
Eunice Rachels Crawford 

Mary Elizabeth Creech 
Roberta Venning Cribb 
Sandra Kaye Crockett 
Ann Grace Cromer 
Thomas Jefferson Culpepper 

Carol Cunningham 
Patricia Ritchey Davis 
Donald Preston Day 
Robert Luther DeWitt 
Bettv Margaret Doolittle 




Nancy Jean Dunaway 
Robert Dunaway 
Barbara Duncan 
Leola Helen Dunlap 
Mary Nelle Dunn 

Joan Durham 
Pat Fain Dye 
Barbara Carol English 
Lu-Ruth Erion 
Glenda Mae Eskew 

Betty Lou Evans 
William HenderEon Evans 
Sylvia Rebecca Faglier 
Nancy Jane Faulk 
Jacquelin Fielder 



Juniors 



Janice Virginia Fennel! 
Jack Howard Fisher 
Lamar Lafayette Fleming 
Barbara Flowers 
Bill Minor Force 

Esther Ann Ford 
Thomas Bligh Freeland 
Thomas Richard Gaines 
Alton Frank Garrison 
Jane Elizabeth Gibson 




Allen Byron Gilbert 
Larry Maxwell Giles 
Robert Walter Glenn 
Brenda Shirlene Godowns 
Gilbert Charles Goldman 

Robert Franklin Goldman 
Charles Johnston Goodwin 
Leila Rains Goodwin 
James Berry Gordon 
Jimmy Stephen Gossett 




Juniors 




Barbara Jean Graham 
Jewell Marie Greene 
Henrietta Elizabeth Griffin 
Cecilia Elizabeth Griffin 
Mary Louise Griffin 

Lois Grimstead 
Alice Danforth Hagler 
Sheila Ashley Hall 
Harry Taylor Harper 
Donnie Benjamin Harris 

Betsy Ann Harrison 
Patricia Hayes 
Helen Boone Henry 
Janice Carolyn Hensley 
Patricia Louise Hensley 











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Patsy Louise Hewitt 
Jimmy William Hickson 
Rebecca Dennis Hill 
Sarah McCandlish Hill 
Carol Jean Hogan 

Donnie Hogan 
Bonnie Sue Holcomb 
Inez Charlene Holcomb 
Jack D. Holley 
Carolyn Home 

Donald Julian Howard 
Edward Clinton Howard 
Laney Ann Howard 
Charlie Babe Hughes 
Linda Leontine Hughes 

Beulah Mae Hunter 
Claude Hillyer Hulcheson 
Gladys Marie Hyatt 
Paul Edward Hyatt 
Jean Ann Ivey 

Paula Gail Jackson 
Lila Catherine Jackson 
Mildred La Verne James 
Charles Franklin Janes, Jr. 
Kay Havird Jarrell 

Ann Elizabeth Jenks 
Fred Vaughn Jennings 
Carol Ann Jernigan 
Robert W, Johnson 
Gail Ardene Johnson 



Juniors 



Sheila Ann Johnson 
Virginia Ann K'Burg 
Helen Cain Kelley 
Barbara Joyce Kent 
Nancy Glenaire King 

Martha Elizabeth Kinsey 
Nancy Ruth Kirby 
Kendall Ellis Kitchens 
Myrna Loy Kitchens 
Jacqueline Anne Knight 

Clarence Alexander Lang 
Bill Stevens Lanier 
Mary Elizabeth Leckie 
Richard Jennings Lee 
Carolyn Dahlia Leonard 

Catherine Lewis 
Charles Milner Lively 
Jeanette Loflin 
Jerry Elizabeth Loner 
John Robert Long 

Robert Randolph Lucky 
Judith Ann Mack 
Elizabeth Ann Mackling 
Patricia Ann Maddox 
Richard Lamar Magruder 

Sam Fiske Maguire 
Georgia Elizabeth Markert 
Anna Eugenia Marks 
Jeanne Darlene Martin 
Sandra Evelina Martin 




Juniors 




Sammie Lillian Meacham 
Clifford Terrell Melton 
Donald Gene Melton 
Finley Henderson Merry 
Robert Allen Milhcus 

Montague Miller 
Emily Mitchell 
George Walker Mobley 
I\ey Clark Mock 
Helen Marie Montgomery 

Charles Pitts Moody 
Frankie Louise Moore 
Sylvia Morgan 
Catherine Harper Morris 
Corrille Stevenson Morris 



Juniors 



Mildred Genett Morris 
Jesse Thomas Mosley 
Billie Mundy 
Sandra Margaret Munn 
Fred Marion McBrayer 

Symm Hav.'es McCord 
Amon McCormack, Jr. 
Lucile McDonald 
John William McElderry, Jr. 
Mary Helen McGinty 




Betty Lynn McKenzie 
Anthony Elrod McNair 
Catlierine Yvonne McNeal 
Janie Sue McNorriU 
Mary Theresa McNulty 

Edward Boyce Nelson 
Sandy Gail Nelson 
Stanley Ernest Neuhaus 
Thomas Edward Newman 
Helen Marie Newsome 







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Charles Ira Newton 
Susan Hunter Newton 
Elaine Nicholson 
Barbara Alice Norris 
Mildred Cornelia Norris 

Barbara Ann Ock 
Mary Helen Oetjen 
Mary Joyce Oglesby 
Nelle Hoit O'Rander 
Joseph Richard Ostafin 

Herman Thomas O'Tyson 
01i\'er Walton Owens 
Velma Joan Palmer 
Robert Lee Parrish 
David Frank Patterson 




Charles Farrell Patton 
Virginia Dallas Palton 
Barbara Jo Paul 
Walter Irvin Pearre 
Carolyn Deloros Phillips 

Martha Ann Phillips 
Frances Jeanette Pittman 
Carolyn Glenda Pond 
Patsy Ann Pond 
William Edward Poteet 

Dorothy Louise Powell 
Janice Marion Powell 
Mary Leona Prather 
Carol Arlene Price 
Miriam Patricia Price 



Juniors 



Noel Lamar Price 
Louise Weltch Pund 
Ophelia Ray 
Barbara Louise Read 
Gail Mary Remley 

Jchn Dixon Reynolds 
Rita Lilyon Rhoden 
Carl Wayne Richards 
Martha Shadle Ringson 
George Ernest Rinker 




Ronnie Clayton Robertson 
Donna Elmine Rocheleau 
Avis Ann Rollins 
Clara Delores Rosier 
Peggy Joanne Rowe 

Leonard Roy Rubin 
Anna Tom Rufo 
Evelyn Rae Russell 
Mary Josephine Rutledge 
William Joseph Salley 




Juniors 




Joan Sanderson 
Jack Lewis Sandlin 
Geraldine Travis Saxon 
James Ronald Saxon 
Cleo Elizabeth Scctt 

James Randall Scott 
Judie Rose Scott 
Janice Marian Seals 
Evelyn Patricia Shackelford 
Leah Joyce Shapiro 

Judiih Margo Shaw 
Ginie Pai'kc Shields 
Ralpli Young Shiiping 
Mary Frances Sikes 
William John Small 




James Lee Smalley 
Jane Elise Smalley 
Sara Pauline Snider 
John Thomas Scsby 
Gary Jedonne Spence 

Floyd Stapleton 
Lillie Carolyn Stevens 
Clarence Wade Stevenson 
Mary Alice Stewart 
Patricia Ann Slilhvell 

Sara Lane Stinchcomb 
Wallis Lee Stone 
William Isadore Strauss 
Wilma Louise Strauss 
Barbara Annette Strickland 



Juniors 



Vesta Lee Strickland 
Randy Kea Strozier 
Richard Russell Stum 
Edward Lecn Styron 
Phillip Stanley Sumpter 

Marguart Suttton 
Elizabeth Louise Swanson 
Betty Huron Swint 
Lizzie Mae Tanner 
Mary Lehman Symms 




Betty Hilda Taylor 
Mary Elizabeth Taylor 
Emma Ruth Terry 
Jackie Sue Thomas 
Sandra Gail Timmerman 

Jack Columbus Tomlin 
Eva Joan Toole 
Barbara Elizabeth Trotter 
Mary Anne Turley 
Frances Carolyn Turner 




Juniors 




Carl Vinson Usry 
J. Maxwell Vallolton 
Maryann Volpitto 
Margaret Elma Wall 
Patricia Ann Waller 

Sarah Anne Walton 
Marion Warren 
Martha Ann Warren 
Rosalyn Welch Waters 
Miller Leslie Watkins 

Wanda Elizabeth Weathertord 
Faye Ann Weathers 
James Gardiner Weigle 
Patricia Abbott Wiebel 
Judy Weisinger 



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Judith Wilscn Welborn 
Jane Simmons Weltch 
Ramona Elizabetli Westbi-ooI< 
Marjorie Elizabeth Westbury 
Claudia June Whitaker 

Annie Elizabeth White 
Raymond Dutton White 
Barbara Irene Whitehead 
Linda Ann Williams 
Emory Janell Williamson 

Larry Engler Willige 
Colden Rhind Willingham 
Jerry Byne Wilson 
Dorothy Louise Woo 
Thomas Hung Woo 



Juniors 



Anna Elizabeth Wood 
James A. Wood 
Alice Eleanor Wren 
Dorothy Lucille Wren 
Jeannie Dianne Wren 

Margaret Ann Wren 
Richard Daniel Wright 
George Rogers Young 
Jean Dare Young 
Hannah Raise Zipper 




Tenth Grade 



CLASS OFFICERS 

BARBARA BRENNECKE President 

ROBERT HAND Vice-President 

JERRY LOGAN __ Secretary-Treasurer 





Bottom Row — Barbara Brennecke, Sue 
Helm. Mary Flowers. Betsy Baynham, 
Nancy Braswell. 

Middle Row — James Fclds. Hyman Green- 
field. Gene Fulcher, Louis Gordon, 
Frank Clark. 

Top Row — Wesley Alford. Doug Cox. Rob- 
ert Bolton. Mickey Hand. Marion 
Howard, Charles Chavous. 

Not in Picture — 

Michel Barnes. Charles Clayton, Mc- 
Donald Foster, Don Kemp, Winston 
Pittman, Jack Rose. 



Bottom Row — James Marshall. Hewette 

Still, Jerry Logan, Linda Petersen, Ted 

James. 
Middle Row — Randy Jones. Tommy Reese. 

David Massey, Stuart Scott, Clark 

Slokle.v. 
Top Row — Paul Inglett, John Spivey, 

Robert Stevens, Richard McDanioI, 

Eddie Scott, Buddy West, John Hun- 

nicutt. 




Fourth Period 

For a half lidur wi.' relax on tlic 
catiipus — 



I-'-Z Curb, Hot ShupiK'. aiK 
\'arsit_v arc practically on tlic 
campus. 




Military Staff 




M/Sgt. W. G. Murphy. Jr. 




M Sgt. H. J. Johnson 



COLOR GUARD 

Thomas Burton, Donald Wall, 
Joe Patchen, Milton Burroughs 




CAPTAIN LEANDER R. HATHAWAY 




BATTALION STAFF 







Lt. Col. John W. Dunn 
Battalion Commander 



Miss Geraldine Mundy 
Honorary Cadet Colonel 




Major Charles W. Daniel, Battalion 

Executive Officer 

Miss Beclty Towill, Sponsor 





Major Albert Tanner, Battalion S-4 
■Miss Merle Hensley, Sponsoi 



Captain Dewitt R. Dent. Battalion 

Adjutant 

Miss Dagmar Endorf. Sponsor 




Lt. Joe G. Chandler, Battalion S-3 
Miss Barbara Bowen. Sponsor 




Lt. Ronald J. La Chance. Battalion S-2 
Miss Glenda Cheney, Sponsor 




Lt. David Myrick. Battalion Asst. S-4 
Miss Laure Bailie, Sponsor 




Lt. Charles B. Stevens, Battalion S-1 
Miss Patricia Wall, Sponsor 



HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 




Capt. James A. Cook. Co. Commander Lt. Aiken F. Dyches, Executive Officer Brantley Kuglar 
Miss Sally Hill, Sponsor Miss Patsy Weeks, Sponsor First Sergeant 




FIRST PLATOON 







Lt. Edward T. Broome. Platoon Leader 
Miss Henrietta May, Sponsor 



SECOND PLATOON 




Lt. Lewis Flint, Platoon Leader 
Miss Janelle Dempscy, Sponsor 



THIRD PLATOON 




Lt. Thomas B. Pitcher, Platoon Leader 
Miss Mary Sue Hill, Sponsor 



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Capt. Charles McDiarmid, Co. Commander Lt. George T. Brewer, Executive Officer Oliver Russell 

Miss Jennie Lee Lehmann, Sponsor Miss Esther Ford, Sponsor First Sergeant 




FIRST PLATOON 




jL. Charles B. Everett, Platoon Leader 
Miss Sue Martins, Sponsor 



SECOND PLATOON 




Lt. Hobson J. Chavous, Platoon Leader 
Miss Becl^y Wilson. Sponsor 



THIRD PLATOON 




Lt. Richard E. Davis, Platoon Leader 
Miss Lynne Cole, Sponsor 



B COMPANY 




Capt. Bonnie M. Williams, Co, Connniander Lt, John R, Stevens, Executive Officer Vernon L. Deas 

Miss Kathryn Kennedy, Sponsor Miss Wallis Lee Stone, Sponsor First Sergeant 



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FIRST PLATOON 



Li. Fred M. Sims, Platoon Leader 
Miss Julie Wright, Sponsor 



SECOND PLATOON 




LI. William G. Bell, Platoon Leader 
Miss Patricia Toole, Sponsor 



THIRD PLATOON 




Lt. Thomas M. Van Hagen, Platoon Leader 
Miss Jane Conner, Sponsor 



C COMPANY 




Capt. Terry C. Benlley, Co. CommanderLt. Forrest H. Hensley, Executive Otficer Gary W. Melton 
Miss Lillian Stehmeyer, Sponsor Miss Betty Cook. Sponsor First Sergeant 




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Lt. Walton Z. McNlmI. Pkiioon Leader 
Miss Martha NeU Meachain, Sponsor 



SECOND PLATOON 




Lt. Wallace Dorn, Platoon Leader 
Miss Marcia Sparks, Sponsor 



THIRD PLATOON 




Lt. Donald O. Cole, Platoon Leader 
Miss Becky Hill, Sponsor 



R. 0. T. C. Band 




Capt. Fred Phillips. Com. Officer 
Miss Nancy Grice. Sponsor 



Lt. Eddie Sills. Executive Officer Allen Hagin 
Miss Patsy Cliett, Sponsor First Sergeant 




CORNETS 

F. H. Phillips 
S. L. Smith 
J. D. Evans 
A. F. Garrison 
A. McCormack 
T. B. Freeland 

C. M. Bogo 
R. E. Ware 

D. W. Crav.ford 

CLARINETS 

W. A. Hagin 
H. F. Conlon 



PERSONNEL 




MR. LOUIS 


FRIEDMAN. Director 




R. F. Marion 


SAXAPHONES 


R. A. Bowman 


R. F. Goldman 
F. L. Barton 
J. T. Sosby 
J. S. Gcssett 
D. P. Day 


C. W. Stevenson 
E. G. Sills 
M. P. Johnson 
G. J. Spence 

DRUMS 


BASS HORNS 
T. M. Reese 
E. E. Claxton 
M. D. Rentz 

BARITONES 


FLUTE 


M. S. Barnes 


L. W. Gordon 


T. James 

BASS CLARINETS 


W. E. Von Kamp 
M. L. Watkins 

FRENCH HORNS 


S. H. McCord 
TROMBONES 
K. E. Kitchens 


C. H. Harmon 


D. H. Pollak 


D. K. Massey 


L. D. Willis 


M. C. Stokely 


D. J. Burbidee 


C. H. Hutcheson 


D. F. Patterson 


T. F. Wilkinson 



Rifle Team 




TERRY BENTLEY Captain 

DAVID STAFFORD ' Co-Captain 

iVIISS SIBBIE HOGAN Team Sponsor 

M/SGT, B. E. CARROW Team Coach 



GENE BELL 
TERRY BENTLEY 
BARTON CHAMBERS 
RICHARD DAVIS 



\VILLIAI\I DUNN 
JAMES EVANS 
BOBBY GLENN 
BILL HARPER 



TOMMY KING 
SYMM McCORD 
WARREN NORRIS 
DAVID STAFFORD 



Tlic team tmik sccmul place in the third army divisinn ot' tlu- William Ran- 
dol])li Jlcarst match which includes seven southern states, I'uertu Rico, and 
the C\anal '/.'me. The scores for this match were Richard Davis IS^), Terrv 
Hentley 184. Warren Xorris 182, Bill Harper 178. and William Dunn 175 
making a total of 908 which was higher than any other high school score 
'.nrncd in for this match. 




Sabre Club 



LT. DONALD COLE President 

CAPT. RONALD DENT Vice-President 

CAPT. TERRY BENTLEY Secretary 

CAPT. JIMMY COOK Treasurer 

LT. CHARLES EVERETT Chaplain 



1ST LT. GENE BELL 
CAPT. TERRY BENTLEY 
1ST LT. TERRY BREWER 
1ST. LT. EDWARD BROOME 
1ST LT. JOE CHANDLER 
1ST LT. HOBSON CHAVOUS 
CAPT. JIMMY COOK 
MAJOR CHARLES DANIELS 
1ST LT. DICK DAVIS 
CAPT. RONALD DENT 



1ST LT. WALLACE DORN 
LT. COL. WILLIAM DUNN 
1ST LT. FLETCHER DYCHES 
1ST LT. CHARLES EVERETT 
1ST LT. LEWIS FLINT 
1ST LT. FORREST HENSLEY 
1ST LT. RONALD LA CHANCE 
CAPT. CHARLES McDIARMID 
1ST LT. WALTON McNEAL 
1ST LT. DAVID MYRICK 



CAPT. FRED PHILLIPS 
1ST LT. TOM PITCHER 
1ST LT. EDDIE SILLS 
1ST LT. FRED SIMS 
1ST LT. BOBBY STEVENS 
1ST LT. CHARLES STEVENS 
MAJOR ROBERT TANNER 
1ST LT. TOM VAN HAG AN 
CAPT. BONNIE WILLIAMS 



Military Ball 



Lt, Colonel George Marschalk escorts Honorary 
Cadet Colonel Gerry Mundy through the Arch 
of Sabres. 



The Top Ten 





Bottom row — Becky Towill, Phyllis Hall, Ann 
Fields, Becky Wilson, Margaret Mundy. 

Middle row — Sue Mertins, Kathryn Kennedy, 
Sally Beckum. 

Top row — Mary Sue Hill, Gerry Mundy, Lillian 
Stehmeyer. 



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Prize Drill 1955 



THE SHERIDAN SABRE 

Major Lyman Robertson awards THE 
SHERIDAN SABRE to DENNIS LYTLE, 

The Richard B, Sheridan Memcrial Sabre 
is awarded annually by the Executive 
Committee of the Reserve Officers Asso- 
ciation to the Cadet selected as the best 
soldier of the Corps. 

The Sabre is awarded in memory of Rich- 
ard Brinsley Sheridan, Honor Graduate of 
the Academy, who lost his life in the foot- 
ball uniform cf United States Military 
Academy. 



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THE SCRUGGS SABRE 

General Hcward presents the BLAND 
SCRUGGS MEMORIAL SABRE to WILL- 
IAM D. HARDEN. JR. 

The Bland Scruggs Memorial Sabre is awarded an- 
nually by Professor C. A. Scruggs in memory of his son 
J. Bland Scruggs — an outstanding senior of ARC. 

The Sabre is awarded to that senior of ARC who in 
the judgment of the Honors Committee most nearly ap- 
proaches the clean character and outstanding ability of 
J. Bland Scruggs. 



TERRY BENTLEY RECEIVES THE GENERAL LEONARD 
WOOD MEMORIAL TROPHY .nwarded lo the Cadet having 

the highest avernfie for the vear in Rifle Maritsmanship. 
JAMES ALTON COOK. JR receives the VETERANS OF 

FOREIGN WARS SABRE awarded to the outstanding 

Cadet of the Junior Class,. 
Cadet Ronald Dent receives Medal of Merit and Lev.v Medal 

for Best Drilled Cadet. 





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REGION 2-AA 
CHAMPIONS 




Managers Robert Anderson. Hobson Chavous 



Managers Otis Phillips, and Ronnie ColeiiKi 




First row — Coach Milligan, Ronnie Coleman, Mont Miller, Ray Grubbs, Charles Goodwin, Ronnie Evans, Tommy Ashe, Eddie 
Anderson, Jimmy Cook, Paul Cockrell, Kenneth English, Bill Kuhlke, North Goodwin, Hobson Chavous, Robert Anderson. 
Second row — Robert Stevens. Oliver Owens. Larry Willige, Bill Force, Charles Moody. Richard Magruder, Lewis Flint, David 
Milligan, Don Kemp, Pat Dye, Charles Everett, Jack Fisher, Don Grantham. Butch Myrick, Coach Flowers, Coach Inman. 
Third row — Otis Phillips. Brantley Kuglar. Eddie Scott, Ed Wnceler, Fred Sims, Robert McCutcheon, Bonnie Williams, Tony 
Atkins, Lamar Fleming, Kenneth Williams, Tom Pitcher, James Bargeron, J. T. Mosely, Jim Wallace. 




COACH 

MR. HARRY MILLIGAN 

ASSISTANT COACHES 
MR. FRANK INMAN 
MR. M. J. FLOWERS 




CHOO-CHOO JUSTICE and MR. MILLIGAN give awards- 
Left to right — Brantley Kuglar, Most Valuable Linesman: Jimmy Cook. Out- 
standing sportsmanship; Butch Myrick. Most Improved: Don Kemp, Alost Val- 
uable Back; Gary Melton, Most Valuable Player; Bill Kuhlke, Most Valuable 
Substitute; Charles Everett, Best Blocker; Kenneth English, Most Valuable 
Substitute. 



"B" Varsity 

COACH 
MR. LANGSTON BOLTON 



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First row — Jack Sandlin, Jimmy Clark, Donnie Howard, Bernard WiUiams, Richard 

Wright, Jimmy Bagby, Richard Brinkley, Jimmy Clark, Herb Caudell. 

Second row — Douglas Hammett, Wesley Alford, Bob Luckey, Terry Gibert, Hezzie 

Hall, John Hunnicutt, Jerry Fountain, Miller Watkins. Larry Ross. 

Third row — Milner Lively, Dudley Evans, Bill Lanier, Winston Pittman, Doug Cox, 

Bill Spivey, Terry Logan, Bill McElderry, Tim Neal, Jimmy Smalley, Clark Mock. 

Schuyler Clark, Donald Thornhill, 





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Cimihining spirit and liiisllc with speed and power. 
Coach 14arry Milli.^^^an's Musketeers surjiasscd their pre- 
season status as a weak contender in Region 2-.\A by 
winning the title. The cadet gridders. after eight vic- 
tories, lost the deci.sion in the stale championship to 
I,aGr:inge High. During the eventful canijjai.gn, the 
Musketeers were si)arked l>y yard-gaining liacks Don 
Kemp. Ken English. Bill Kuhlke. David Milligan. Jim- 
my Cook, and Tony .\tkins. plus a hard-charging line 
])aced hy .Ml-State Tackle Brantley Kuglar, Guard Pat 
Dye. Ends Gary Melton and Charles Everett, and lino 
hackers Bill Force and Lewis Flint. 

MUSKETEERS 7— GLYNN ACADEMY 

Playing ilieir first game in the Region J-A.\ sched- 
ule, the Musketeers handed (ilynn .\cadeniy a slippery 
7-0 setback in a rain-soaked marathon. The decisive 
score was made hy the .\KC eleven on the si.xth play 
from scrimmage as Milligan connected with ICnd (iary 
Melton for a 50 yard tally which ended in a touchdown. 
Shortly thereafter the rain- (.nne. miring the efficiency 
of both clubs. 

MUSKETEERS 48— COMMERCIAL 

Utilizing their most e.\plo>ive offensive attack of 
the season, the Richmond gridsters belted a hapless 
Commercial High team of .Savannah 48-0. Led by the 
versatile ([Uirterbacking of David Milligan. the Cadets 
racked up 35 points in the second half to win going away, 
(iary Melton and Tony .•\tkins tallied twice each fur the 
winners. 

MUSKETEERS 7— BENEDICTINE 

Waging a gruelling defensive battle with a stout 
Benedictine line, the Musketeers continued their grid- 
iron pace with a dog-eat-dog 7-0 victory in a rigorous 
game. The decisive score was set up on a brilliant 40 
vard punl return by Don Kemp. Four plays later found 
David Milligan hitting Charles Everett for the crucial 
si.x in the End Zone Brantley Kuglar added the extra 
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MUSKETEERS 19— SAVANNAH HIGH 14 

Following a week of rest from the gridiron, the 
Academy eleven edged Savannah's unbeaten Blue Jack- 
ets 19-14, virtually assuring themselves of the Region 
2-AA title. Sparked by the passing of David Milligan, 
the Cadets drew first blood. Gary Melton took the last 
of David Milligan's three aerials for the first score of 
the fracas ; however Savannah rebounded with two tal- 
lies to go ahead 14-7. Spurred on by the pressure of the 
pred cted outcome (Savannah by 13) the Musketeers 
pushed over two more scores during the remainder of 
the game, Gary Melton and Jimmy Cook scaring. 

MUSKETEERS 25— BOYS' CATHOLIC 

Following the Thanksgiving Day battle with Boys' 
Catholic High, there were many thankful hearts among 
the .\KC routers. The ]\Iusketeer followers were re- 



joicing over having beaten their cross-town rival, there- 
by becoming Region 2-AA champs for the fourth time 
in the last six years. Gary Melton was awarded a Bul- 
ova watch for becoming "Most Valuable Player" as 
voted bv his teammates. 

MUSKETEERS 13— LaGRANGE 20 

Two bad breaks resulting from a pair of punts, en- 
abled a well-drilled LaGrange High eleven to edge the 
Musketeers 20-13. Watching the last remnants of their 
hopes for state title slowly disintegrating before a de- 
luge of misfortunes, the Cadets fell behind early to a 
commanding 14-0. In the last period English and Mel- 
ton capped two belated drives with markers. The Nem- 
esis in the Richmond setback was Granger Bobby Harris 
who scored all three of the LaGrange touchdowns. 



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Left to right— James Rogers, Frank Clark, Johnny Dowdy, Ray 
Grubbs. Rob McCutcheon, Luther Shead, Oliver Russell. Wayne Rich- 
ards, Mickey Hand, Jack Fi^l^er, Butch Myrick. Tom Pitcher, Gary 
Melton, Herbert Alewine, Cliff Channell. Kenneth English, Manager. 



Varsity Basketball 



The Cadets, with 6-toot-6 center Wayne Richards averaging 19.8 
points per game, finished their 25 game slate with a 16-9 record as they 
ranked second in Region 2-AA and fourth in the State Tournament. 



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Johnny Dowdy 



Butch Mvrick 



Gary Melton 
James Rogers 



Wayne Richards 
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"B" Varsity Basketball 



MR. A. L. WILLIAMS, Coach 




First row. 1. lo r. — Buzzy McMilUin, Buck Sawyer, Phillip Bell, Larry WiUige, Ranriy Jones, Johnny Hunnicult. Hugh Terrell, 

Manager, 
Second row — J. T. Mosley, James Folds, Terry Legan, Eddie Scott, Bob Luckey, Doug Cox, 
Third row — Johnnie Creech, Richard McDaniel, Scott Ferguson, Jack Tomlin, Walker Wright, Mr, Williams. 




Left to light — Glenda Eskew. Jcann Rowe. Janelle Dempsey, Je an Sizemore, Be;sy Harrison. Ida Marie Wilson. Ann Fields. 
Judy Welborn. Helen Kelley, Louise Bailey. Linda Williams. Jeanette Bodenhamer, Joyce Bunis. Bobbie Price. Jerrie 
Saxcn. Georgia Markert. Carol Ann Jernigan. 



Girls Basketball 



WON 16 — LOST 7 
GIRLS 
ARC 62; Harlem 36 
ARC 51: Dearins 14 
ARC 42: Evans 18 
ARC "9: North Augusta 49 
ARC 53: Aiken 12 



ARC 36: Graniteville 16 
ARC 65: North Augusta 57 
ARC 40: Commercial 61 
ARC 43: Savannah 31 
ARC 55; St. Angela 17 
ARC 52: Mt. St. Josephs 17 
ARC 47: Elberton 71 



ARC 48; Commercial 36 
ARC 46; Savannah 25 
ARC 39: Sandersville 49 
ARC 60; Elbertcn 64 
.ARC 52: Mt. St. Joseph 37 
ARC 64; St. Angela 37 
ARC 26; Sar.dersville 54 



ARC 50: Aiken 26 
ARC 63: Washington 37 
ARC 34; Evans 37 

AA TOURNAMENT 

ARC 41; Decatur 49 



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Baseball 



MR. A. L. WILLIAMS. Coach 



First row — Luther Shead, Randy Jones, Gene Fulcher, Frank Clark, 
Ray Grubbs, Cliff Channel, James Rogers, Art Patchin. Biizzy Mc- 
Millan. 

Second row — Larry Willige, Mickey Hand, Ray Mims. Lawrence Wren, 
Jack Rose, Johnny Dowdy, James Folds, Phillip Bell, Buck Sailers. 

Third row — J. T. Mosley, Sam Howard, Tom Pitcher, Forrest Hensley, 
Wayne Richards, Charles Clayton, Gary Melton, Jack Fisher, Herb- 
ert Ale wine. 

Fcurth row — Coach A. L. Williams, Otis Phillips, Lewis Flint. John 
Hunnicut, Doug Ccx, Eddie Scott, Tommy King, Dudley Evans, 
Rob McCutcheon. 

Since Coach A. L. Williams took over the head diamond duties in 
1950. the Cadets have won five State Championships, and they seem 
to be well on their way to the sixth crown at press time. 



Art Patchin 

Herbert Alewine 

J. T. Mosley 



Gary Melton 
James Rogers 
Luther Shead 




Track 




MR. G. L. BOLTON, Coach 



First row. 1. to r. — Kenneth English, Jimmy Coolt, Tcmmy Aslie, Don Gianiham. Bill Force, Don Kemp, Tony Atkins. Mont 
Miller. Buddy West. 

Second row — Mr. Bolton, Gerald Holsonbock. Fred McBrayer. Carl Bogcslawsky. Paul Inglett, Pat Dye, Joe Martin, J;-.ck Tom- 
lin, George Rinker, Jim Weigle, Fred Sims, Ronnie Evans, Schuyler Clark, Jerry Logan, Dion Roberts, Hugh Terrell. 




Golf 



2-AA 
CHAMPIONS 



MR. M. J. FLOWERS 
Coach 



Jimmy Walker. Kiinciy Strozier, Bi-'Duy i\i;u uui. tiud i' r.iiiiiJ.s. Harry Hiiiper. Kninr.v \\'ilii;ims(:n. .Inc Sli-'inucr- 
Bcykin Wright. . 



Tennis 




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Walter Anderson, David Stafford, Walter McDcugal, Douglas Ham- 
mett, Jimmy Smalley. Lamar Fleming, David Milligan. 



MR. HARRY C. MILLIGAN, Coach 
2-AA CHAMPIONS 




The Rainbow 

CO-EDITORS 
Barbara Bowen Grace Mangum 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

Becky Towill, Military Becky Wilson, Athletic 

Betty Davis. Snaps 

FACULTY ADVISER 
Miss Ann Braddy 



BUSINESS MANAGER 
Marcia Sparks 

ASSOCIATE BUSINESS STAFF 



Betty Alexander 
Emily Jones 



Linda Ma-ks 
BettE Miller 



FACULTY ADVISER 
Miss Grace Strauss 





Left to right, seated on floor — Halley Boatwright, Corrille Morris, Boots Whitten, Jimmy Walker. Alice Miles. Gerald Bunn. 
Marguerite Philpot, Nor h Goodwin. Barbara Jean Graham, Harriett Levy. Barbara Ock. 

Seated at table — Jennie Lee Lehmanr. Helen Eve. Beth Hankinson, Kitty Coleman, Dorothy Matthews, Connie Currie. Brails- 
ford Nixon. 

Standing — Art Patchin. Ronald Dent. Patsy Weeks, Boykin Wright, Thomas Sosby, Mary Sue Hill, Schuyler Clark. Jane 

Henderson. Dagmar Endorf. 

Not in Picture — Nancie Bedinglield. Pat Greene, Lee Ann Royster, Laure Bailie. Bryant English. Fletcher Dyches. 



The Staff of the Rainbow proudly presents the 
the yearbook for 1956. In this book we have recorded 
the events of the school year, and we have pictured 
familiar scenes from our historic city with the hope that 
in the years to come you will glance through thess 
pages and recall as pleasant memories the friendships 
and activities of your school days. 




student Council 



TERRY BENTLEY _ President 

CHARLES EVERETT Vice-President 

CAROLE LITTLE Secretary-Treasurer 

SUE MERTINS Corresponding Secretary 



TERRY BENTLEY 
BARBARA BEST 
KENNETH BOYETTE 
RICHARD BRINKLEY 



NELLIE CALLAHAN 
CLIFF CHANNELL 
FRANK CLARK 
RONNIE EVANS 
CHARLES EVERETT 



BILL FORCE 
CAROLE LITTLE 
BECKY LITTLE 
SUE MERTINS 



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EDITORIAL STAFF 

CAROLYN CAGLE Editcr-In-Chief 

FRANCES LANEY ..Associals Editor 

JOYCE MITCHELL _.r:anaging Editor 

WAYNE THOMPSON. JR. _ Sports Editor 

MR. G.M.SCOTT ___ Faculty Adviser 

REPORTERS AND CONTRIBUTORS 

Jimmy Anderson, Dolores Drost. Janice Ergle, Margaret Hensley, 
Sibbie Hogan. Carl King. Tommy Lanier, Jeannette Loflin, Jane Powell, 
.'iiice Purdy, George Rmker. Don Smith. Barbara Streetman, Lamar 
Tabb. Donald Wall, Bcbby Ware. Robert Watkins, Kenneth WiUiams. 




Honors 
Committee 



MR. CORDLE, Chairman 

MR. SUTTON 

MR. READ 

MISS GILLILAND 

MR. A. L. WILLIAMS 



Phi Theta Kappa 



The Phi Theta Kappa Society 
is composed of students who have 
made an average of 90"^ or above 
for the first ihree semesters of 
\vorl<. The purpose of this or- 
ganization is to promote scholar- 
ship, to develop character, and ts 
cultivate fellowship among the 
Junior Colleges of the United 
States. 



Seated, left to right — JO ANN 
SIZEMORE. LINDA WHITTLE, 
NELLIE CALLAHAN. ANN 
SATCHER. 

Standing — ALAN PLAYFORD. 
PAT SWAIN, MARY CLARK, 
GILMER SALE. 

Not in pic, ure— JACK CREED. 




Gold ''R" 
Society 



The Gold ■•R" Society, founded 
in 1931, was organized to recog- 
nize student leadership in vari- 
ous phases of Academy life. To 
win membership in Gold "R", a 
student must earn a lotal of 12 
points in three of the following 
fields: leadership, athletics, mili- 
tary, scholarship. 



TERRY BENTLEY 

JIMMY COOK 

TOM PITCHER 

FRED SIMS 





Girls Activities Society 



The Girls Activities Society was founded in 1950 
when Richmond Academy became co-educational. The 
purpose ol this organization is to recognize the girls who 
are leaders in the various phases of Academy life. 



GRACE MANGUM 

LINDA MARKS 
MARCIA SPARKS 




Beta Club 



GRACE MANGUM 
President 

CLIFF CHANNELL 
Vice-President 

BECKY WILSON 
Secretary 

BOYKIN WRIGHT 
Treasurer 

BETTE MILLER 
Parliamentarian 

MARCIA SPARKS 
Ciiaplain 

BECKY TOWILL 
Program Chairman 

MISS RUTH McAULIFFE 
Sponsor 



SENIORS 
First row, left to right — 
Linda Marks. Ruth Story. Jeanie 
Mason. Be te Miller. Becky Towill. 
Dagmar Endorf. Miriam Bailey, 
Beth Wright, Julie Wright, Kath- 
ryn Sullivan. 

Second row — 

Alice Purdy, Jimmy Walker. Jane 
Henderson, Kitty Coleman. Boykin 
Wright. Marcia Sparks. Walter 
McDougal. Jen Lehman. Becky 
Wilson, Martha Moseley. 

Third row — 

Grace Mangum. Jean Smith. Bob- 
by Marion. Betty Alexander. Bob- 
by Anderson, Wallace Dorn. Char- 
les Newman. Betty Baab. Pat 
Greene. 



JUNIORS 











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First row — 

Jean Young. Hannah Zipper. Jud- 
ith Shaw. Patsy Dunn. Anne Wal- 
ton. Louise Swanson. Mary Mc- 
Nulty. Dorothy Woe. Glenda Pond. 
Betty Lynn McKenzie. Sylvia 
Morgan, Doris George. 

Second row — 

Ronnie Evans. Susan Newton. Kay 
Jarrell. Mary Nell Dunn. Jeanette 
Bodenhamer. Louise Pund. Halley 
Bcatwright. Corrille Morris. Gin- 
ger Marks, Helen Henry. Jewell 
Greene, Thomas Woo. 

Third row — 

Thomas Sosby, Richard Magruder. 
Bill Maner. Jim Wallace. Raymond 
White. Walter Wright. David Pat- 
terson, Leonard Rubin, Schuyler 
Clark. Edward Chow. 

Not in Picture— Patricia Aldred. Ruth Aldred. Walter Anderso.i. Reid Askew. Ada Asiin, Patricia Blackwell. Claire Blanchard, 
Vicki Calhoun, Carolyn Cagle, Cliff Channell, Christine Che v. Lynne Cole, Jimmy Cook, Eunice Crawford, Richard Davis, 
Jeanne Dicks, Betty Doolittle, Wallace Dorn, Leola Helen Dun lap, Tommy Farrow, Lewis Flint, Lamar Fleming, Lois Frolkis. 
Barbara Jean Graham, Mary Griffin. Mary Grimsley, Alice Hagler. Mary Sue Hill. Pat Hughes, Carol Ann Jernigan, Milo 
Johnson, Sheila Johnson, Virginia K'Burg. Helen Kelley, Kathryn Kennedy. Mary Jo Klein. Becky Li. tie. Jeanette Loflin. 
Walter McDougal. Jane McElmurray. Barbara McGahee. Judy Mack. Ann Maddox. Charlctte Mallard. Joe Martin. Alice 
Miles, Barbara Ock, Carol Schwiening, Patricia Shackleford. Fred Sims. Jane Smalley. Sharon Stadlen. Martha Sumerau, 
Mary Turley, Tom Van Hagen, Maryann Volpitto, Ann Warren, Jane Weltch, Ramona Westbrook, Golden Willingham. 





Latin Club 



CORRILLE MORRIS President 

DAVID PATTERSON Vice-President 

THOMAS SOSBY Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS RUTH McAULIFFE Faculty Adviser 



PATSY ALDRED 
ANGENETTE BLACKWELL 
NANCY BROWN 
CORRILLE MORRIS 



MARY McNULTY 
SUSAN NEWTON 
ELAINE NICHOLSON 
BARBARA OCK 



DAVID PATTERSON 
THOMAS SOSBY 
DOROTHY WOO 



The I,;itin Cluli is composed of third year Lai in students. Kvcrv other Friday during the Latin 
period, the club meets. The chief ])urpose of this or<janization is to study infornially myths and stories 
which sjive a lictter liackground for tlic Latin languase, as well as our own luisjlish. ami to help the 
students become ac(|uainted with the people and places which they study. The club has also enjoyed 
several movies of aui-ient scenes in Italv and (Ireccc. 




Seated, left to right — Jeannette Luihii. P^i F/.^iui.. kl. PustcUc Bivd. Miss Halbert, Ronald Dent. Guil 

Vansant. Martha Moseley. 
Standing, left to right — August Roesel, Kenneth Richardson, Ida Marie Wilson, Ed Wheeler, Carolyn 

Cagle, Gene Bell, Carla Jones, Tom Pitcher. 



First Term 

PHYLLIS HALL 

MARTHA REESE 
SHARON STADLEN 
MARTHA MOSELEY 



Treble Clef Club 

MISS DOROTHY HAI.BERT. Director 

Second Term 

President PAT FITZGERALD 

Vice-President IDA MARIE WILSON 

Secretary CAROLYN CAGLE 

Treasurer . MARTHA MOSELEY 



Betsy Baynham, Carolyn Cagle, Betty Casey, Patsy Chandle 
Judy Conner. Lynn Cooper, Pat Davis, Janelle Dempsey. Pats 
Ford, Emolyn Gauldin, Doris George, Lois Grimstead. Phylli 
Jeflcoat.Gail Johnson, Claudia Jones. Virgie Lee Jones. Jean 
son. Georgia Ann Merritt. Dorothy Milford. Myrna Mitchell, F 
Corkle, Betty Lynne McKenzie. Catherine McNeal, Joyce Ogl 
Reese, Joan Sanderson, Evelyn Scott, Judie Scctt, Simone Sim 
VVilma Strauss, Annef.e Strickland, Peggy Sutton, Helen Tan 
Toole, Barbara Trotter, Martha Usry, Nan Wade, Pat Wall, S 
Mary Jane Welborn, Ida Marie Wilson. 



r, Glcnda Cheney, Patsy Cliett. Dorette Collins, Jane Conner, 
y Dunn, Janice Fennell, Pal Fitzgerald, Vera Florence, Esther 
s Ha;i, Virginia Hendrix, Vera Huffman, Pat Hunt, Betty 
Keel, Helen Kelley. Margaret Martin, Jackie May, Jeanie May- 
rankie Moore, Catherine Morris, Martha Moseley, Bef.y Mc- 
esby Nell O'Rander. Annette Peiicock. Glenda Pond, Maria 
cwitzz, Mary Alice Spivey. Sharon Stadlen, Wallis Lee Stone 
enbaum, Ruth Terr.v Jackie Thomas, Gail Timmerman, Pat 
ara Wall, Carol Ward, Judy Fran Weisinger, Judy Welborn, 




Scene from the Christmas Play Presented by the 
Treble Clc-f Club. 

ENSEMBLE 

Left '.o right — Dolores Drost, Ernestine Sargent. 

Martha Mcseley. Martha Usry, Pat Fitzgerald. 

Helen Kelley. Ida Marie Wilson, Catherine 

Morris, Carolyn Cagle. Lynn Cole. Nan Wade. 

Jean Keel. 



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Richmond Choraliers 

POSTELLE BOYD _ _ President 

EDWIN WHEELER ."-..V.V.V.V.Vicelpresident 

CARLA JONES _ __ _ Secretarv 

GAIL VANSANT . J-Z""_""."."ZTreasurer 

MISS DOROTHY HALBERT _ Directoi 



Betty Baab, Bobby Boltin, Postelle Boyd, Lester Broxton, Thcmas 
Burton, Carolyn Cagle, Pat Chris ian, Lynn Cole. Dorette Collins, Ron- 
ald Dent, Wallace Corn, Dolores Drost, Peggy Eldridge, Lu-Ruth Erion. 
Janice Fennell, La Velle Fogle, Danny Fulcher, Tony Gavalas, Don 
Grantham, Lois Grimstead, Micicy Hand, Sibbie Hogan, Betty Howard, 
Pat Hunt, Gail Johnson, Barbara Jones, Carla Jones, Claudia Jones, 
Mike Kelly, Brantley Kuglar, Bill Kuhlke, Jeannette Loflin, Tommy 
Mann, Jacqueline May, Jean Mayson, Nancy McGinty, Dorcthy Mil- 
lord, Frankie Moore, Catherine Morris, Mar', ha Moseley, Irvin Pearre, 
Thomas Pitcher, Miriam Price, Rita Rhoden, Kenneth Richardson, 
Augusta Roesel, Leila Ann Royster, Evelyn Russell, Oliver Russell, 
Ernestine Sargent, Simone Simowitz, Marcia Sparks, Mary Alice Spivey, 
Gloria Swearingen, Betty Swint, Jackie Thomas, Angela Thurmond, 
Barbara Trotter, Martha Usry, Gail Vansant, Nan Wade, Sara Wall. 
Edwin Wheeler, Janice Whitlaw, Anne Wiebel, Ida Marie Wilson, Gwen 
Willis, Richard Wright. 



Singing Musketeers 

RONALD DENT President 

GENE BELL Vice-Pi-esident 

KENNETH RICHARDSON _ Secretary 

TOM PITCHER !"_"r_V__ Treasurer 

MISS DOROTHY HALBERT _ __ __ _ Director 



First row— Gene Bell; Second row, left to light, Ronald Deal, 'lun 
Pitcher, Kenneth Richardson; Third row, Jerry Cox, Postelle Bo.mI. 
August Roesel: Fourth row, Robert Boltin, Tommy Mann, Mike Kclloy: 
Filth row, Tcny Gavalas, Richard Wright, Lester Broxton; Sixth row. 
W. L. Cave, Richard Brinkley, Wallace Dorn; Seventh row, Bill Mc- 
Elderry, Danny Fulcher, Larry Monis; Back row. Bonny Willianr 
Irvin Pearre, Ed Wheeler. Not in picture — Don Grantham. Jolm I) 
L'Jng, Donald Melton. 




Athletic Council 




JANELLE DEMPSEY President 

GEORGIA MARKERT Vice-President 

ANN FIELDS Secretary-Treasurer 

GLENDA ESKEW Point Manager 

MISS BETTY CLARK _ Faculty Adviser 



MARY ELLEN ABBOTT 
ANN BEE 

JEANETTE BODENHAMER 
JANELLE DEMPSEY 



GLENDA ESKEW 
ANN FIELDS 
HELEN KELLEY 
GEORGIA MARKERT 



LINDA MARKS 
JEANIE MAYSON 
LOUISE PUND 
JEAN SIZEMORE 



PAT WALLER 
JANE WELTCH 
LINDA WILLIAMS 



The Girls Athletic Assucialion was organized in Septcnihcr 1955. Anv jjirl in the school is elig- 
ible for niemhership. The association is governed by an elected council. 

A ]joint system whereby a girl receives an award when she reaches 300 jwints. 600 points, or 900 
points has been adopted. 

Tournaments in tennis, badminton, vollevball. basketball, and Softball arc held. Schools from 
this area join us in volleyball ])lay-day in the fall and in a Softball ])lay-day in the spring. 



Masqueteers 



PIERCE CAVViy President 

MARCIA SPARKS Vice-President 

BETTE MILLER Secretary 

BETTY BAAB Treasurer 



BETTY ALEXANDER 
BETTY BAAB 
SANDRA BROOKS 
PIERCE CAUVIN 
ANN CROMER 
WALLACE DORN 
MARY NELLE DUNN 
GLENN FIDLER 
NANCY FLOWERS 
BARBARA GRAHAM 
JANE HENDERSON 
HELEN HENRY 
BETTY HOWARD 
VIRGINIA K'BURG 
FRANCES LANEY 



RUPERT MARKERT 
MARY HELEN McGINTY' 
NANCY McGINTY 
BETTE MILLER 
AUGUST ROESEL 
LEE ANN ROYSTER 
MARCIA SPARKS 
PATSY STEED 
TOM VAN HAGAN 
GAIL VANSANT 
WANDA WEATHERFORD 
JANICE WHITLAW 
ANNE WIEBEL 
GOLDEN WILLINGHAM 



In the spring. The Masqueteers presented two one act 
plays. The first play was the Dabblers, a comedy 
about girls living in a dormitory at a Co-Educational 
College. The second play was The Glorified Brat; it was 

a comedy-drama about a Brat. 





Y- Teens 



BARBARA STREETMAN _ _. President 

KATHRYN KENNEDY Vice-President 

WALLIS LEE STONE Secretary 

JUDY HALE Treasurer 

MRS. STEVENS Sponsor 




SUE BEALL 
BARBARA BAILEY 
LOUISE BAILEY 
BARBARA BEST 
JUDY BLACKMON 
ANGENETTE BLACKWELL 
CLAIRE BLANCHARD 
BARBARA BRENNECKE 
FLO BROOME 
PATSY CLIETT 
LYNNE COLE 
ANN CROMER 
PRISCILLA CROW 
CAROL CUNNINGHAM 
PATRICIA DAVIS 
NANCY DUNAWAY 
MARY NELLE DUNN 
NANCY FLOWERS 
ESTHER FORD 
BRENDA GODOWNS 
MARY GRIFFIN 



MARY GRIMSLEY 
JUDY HALE 
BETSY HARRISON 
KATHRYN KENNEDY 
MARTHA KINSEY 
MARY JO KLEIN 
SYBIL LEE 
SANDRA MARTIN 
BARBARA McDANIEL 
GLENDA POND 
VIRGINIA ROBERTS 
JUDIE SCOTT 
WALLIS LEE STONE 
BARBARA STREETMAN 
PEGGY SUTTON 
MAE TANNER 
MARGARET WALL 
JUDY WELBORN 
MARY JANE WELBORN 
MARIELLEN WILLIAMS 



The Y-Teens are junior members of the Y W C A. 
Membership is open to all girls between the ages of 
twelve and eighteen. 

"To grow as a person 

To grow in friendship with people of all races, 

religions, and nationalities 
To grow in the knowledge and Icve of God." 



Christian Workers 
Council 



BILLY BELDING President 

TONY ATKINS Vice-President 

VIRGINIA K'BURG Secretary 

LINDA HUGHES Treasurer 



The Christian Workers Council is a voluntary or- 
ganization of Christian students who have banded to- 
gether for their own spiritual development and for the 
promotion of moral and religious ideals in the school. 
They hold devotional m<;elings at the lunch period once 
a weelt. They lead the morning devotionals over the 
public address system and the chapel exercises. 




Ruth Aldred, Betty Alexander, Betty Anderson, Robert Anderson, Reid Askew, Tony Atkins, Anne Atwood, Betty Baab, Bar- 
bara Bailey, Michael Barnes, Sally Beckum, Nancie Bedingfield, Billy Belding, Gail Bennett, Sheryl Biedrzycki, Judy Black- 
men, Annette Blackwell, Claire Blanchard, Jeanette Bodenhamer, Eddie Botti, Jackie Boyette, Mary Breech, Barbara Bren- 
necke, Phillip Brinson, Sandra Brooks, Florence Broome, Gerald Bunn, Hazel Burkhalter, Milton Burroughs, Flo Butler, Jean 
Carol, Ladelle Cauthen, W. L. Cave, Julian Chandler, Shirley Cheely, Sandra Clinton, Lynne Cole, Myrna Cook, Barbara 
Gene Corley, Eunice Crawford, Priscilla Crow, Jeanne Dicks, Betty Doolittle, Betty Jane BuBois, Anne Dukes, Mary Nellie 
Dunn, Jean Durham, Pat Dye, Peggy Eldridge, Lu Ruth Erion, Ann Fields, Betty Fields, Barbara Jean Graham, Pat Greene, 
Nancy Grice, Mary Griffin, Mary Grimsley, Leila Goodwin, Douglas Hammett, Tommy Harris, Merle Hensley, Becky Hill, 
Sally Hill, Mary Sue Hill, Carol Hogan, Sibbie Hogan, Linda Hughes, Pat Hughes, Glad.ys Hya t, Jean Ivey. Lila Jackson, Kay 
Jarrell, Randy Jay, Carla Jones, Emily Jones, Violet Lanier, Elizabeth Leckie, Jennie Lee Lehmann. Becky Little, Jeannette 
Loflin, Bob Lucky, Virginia K'Burg, Sue Keal, Don Kemp Kathryn Kennedy, Bert King, Nancy King, Nancy Kirby, Mary Jo 
Klein, Bill Kuhlke, Ginger Marks, Henry Marks, Linda Marks, Jeanne Martin, Joe Martin, Glenda Mattox, Bill McElderry, Bar- 
bara McGahee, Richard McGee, Mary Helen McGinty. Henry McKie, Mack McKie, Betty L-iTin McKenzie, Sue McNorrill. Mary 
McNulty, Findley Merry, Emily Mitchell. Gene Mixon, Mary Mixon, Maria Mont;'omery, Wallace Moody, Billie Mundy. Gerry 
Mundy, Margaret Mundy, Pete Payne, Miriam Price, Louise Pund, Susan Newton, Barbara Ock, Barbara Read, Donald Rentz, 
Gail Remley, John Reynolds, Patricia Roberson, Virginia Roberts, Martha Ringson, Mary Rogers, Lee Ann Royster. Judith 
Shaw, Jimm.y Smalley, Hunter Smoak. Marcia Sparks, Drummond Spence, Sandra Stacks, Wallis Lee Stone, Ruth Story, Wilma 
Strauss, Kathryn Sullivan, Gloria Swearingen, Mae Tanner, John M. Todd, Joy Townes. Ann Trov.'bridge, Carolyn Turner. 
Ginger Vignati, Jo Ann Vignati, Jimmy Walker, Julian Walker, Ann Warren. Rosalyn Waters, Ramona Westbrook, Ann White, 
Barbara Whitehead, Boots Whitten, Dale Wiggins, Patricia Wiebel, Emory Williamson, Golden Willingham, Kit Wocten, Dianne 
Wren, Margaret Wren, Beth Wright, Boykin Wright, Julie V/rig ht, Wal*er Wright. 





Future Teachers of America 



ADA ASTIN 


. President 


GLENDA POND 


Vice-President 


LEOLA DUNLAP ___ 


Secretary 


MIRIAM BAILEY 


Treasurer 


MISS MARY GILLILAND 


Sponsor 




Tlie Eleanor M. Boatwright Future Teachers 
Club was established in 1952. It was named in 
memory cf one of the most outstanding of the 
teachers of Richmond County. The club meets 
about twice a month with a social meeting at least 
every other month. 

The purpose of the club is to interest high 
school students in the profession of teaching and to 
give high school students interested in becoming 
teachers pre-vocational information and experi- 
ence. 



ADA ASTIN 
MIRIAM BAILEY 
ANN BEE 

BARBARA BROWN 
CAROLYN CAGLE 
VICKIE CALHOUN 
JUDY CONNER 
ANN CROMER 
LEOLA DUNLAP 
MARGARET GATTIS 
PAT HUGHES 
MARY McNULTY 



GLENDA POND 
MARTHA RINGSON 
JOANNE ROWE 
EVELYN RUSSELL 
JUDITH SHAW 
RUTH STORY 
PAT SWAIN 
HELEN TANENBAUM 
ANN WARREN 
RAMONA WESTBROOK 
BARBARA WHEELER 
MARTHA ANN WIGGINS 



OFFICERS 

NORA ANN LANGFORD Presidem 

MARCIA SPARKS Vice-President 

ALICE PURDY Secretary 

JANE SMALLEY Treasurer 



CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES- 
JULIE WRIGHT, MARTHA MEACH- 
AM, MAE TANNER, JEANETTE LOF- 
LIN, FRANKIE PHILPOT, BETH 
WRIGHT. 




Future Homemakers of America 



MARY ANDERSON 
BETTY BAAB 
BARBARA BAILEY 
NANCIE BEDINGFIELD 
GAIL BENNETT 
ANNE BLOUNT 
DORETTE COLLINS 
JANICE FENNELL 
VERA FLORENCE 
FAYE FLYNN 



PAT GREENE 
BETTY GRIFFIN 
MARY GRIMSLEY 
MARGARET HENSLEY 
CAROL HOGAN 
HELEN KELLEY 
MYRNA KITCHENS 
CLAIRE KNOTTS 
NORA ANN LANGFORD 
JEANETTE LOFLIN 



JUDY MACK 
CHARLOTTE MALLARD 
SUZANNE MANN 
MARTHA MEACHAM 
GEORGIA ANN MERRITT 
FRANKIE MOORE 
BETTY McCORKLE 
ANNE PERRY 
FRANKIE PHILPOT 
MARY PRATHER 



ALICE PURDY 
DONNA ROCHELEAU 
MARY ROGERS 
AVIS ANN ROLLINS 
JANE SMALLEY 
HEWETTE STILL 
WALLIS LEE STONE 
GLENTDA STOWTE 
WILMA STRAUSS 
ANNETTE STRICKLAND 



IVLAE TANNER 
JACKIE THOMAS 
ANNE WALTON 
JUNE WHITAKER 
ANNE WHITE 
ANNA WOOD 
JOAN WOODWARD 
BETH WTilGHT 
JULIE WRIGHT 



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Future Nurses 



SARA MILLER . . President 

JOY TOWNES _ Vice-Presidem 

JUDY TERRY Secretary 

MARYGRTFFIN Program Chairman 

MRS. PAULINE STEVENS Adviser 

MRS. M. B. SELL, 

MEDICAL AUXILIARY Sponsor 



Louise Bailey, Claire Blanchard, Barbara Brennecke. Florence Broome, Lynne Ccle. Myrna Cook, Dolores Drost, Nancy Dun- 
away, Lu-Ruth Erion, Barbara Flowers, Nancy Flowers, Jo Ann Ford, Jewell Greene, Betty Griffin, Mary Griffin, Elsie Hutto, 
Ann Jenks, Jacqueline Knight, Sybil Lee, Sara Miller, Helen Newscme, Donna Rocheleau. Avis Ann Rollins, Patricia Steed, 
Rachel Stone, Judy Terry, Angela Thurmond, Joy Townes, Ann Toqueri. 





First row: Jo Ann Ford, Mary Anderson. Priscilla Cro w, Florence Broome. 

Second row: Lillian Stehmeyer, Frankie Moore, Jackie Thomas, Janice Fennell. Judy Terry, Rachel Stone, 

Mary Jane Welbcrn, Angenette Blackwell, Kay Jarrell. 
Third row: Joy Townes, Lu-Ruth Erion, Joan Woodward, Pat Clielt, Mary Griffin, Judy Blackmon, Shirley 

Cheeley, Nancy Dunaway, Susan Newton, Pat Hughes, Brenda Godowns, Billy Mundy, Eunice Crawford, 

Linda Hughes. 
Fourth row; Joyce Mitchell, Barbara Bailey, Glenda Maddcx, Barbara Jones, Claire Blanchard, Ginger Vignatti. 
Fifth row: May Tanner, Becky Little, Barbara McGahee, Gladys Hyatt, Gerry Mundy, Nancy Blanchard. Rita 

Rhoden, Gail Remley, Nancy King, Ginie Shields, Sarah Snider, Gail Bennett, Betty Anderson, Carol 

Hogan, Jean Smith. 



Sigma Tri-Hi-Y 



PAT HUGHES ' President 

BARBARA JONES Vice-President 

LINDA HUGHES Secretary 

MARY ANDERSON Treasurer 

MAE TANNER Chaplain 

JUDY TERRY Sergeant-at-Arms 

MR, SUTTON Sponsor 





High - Y 



FLETCHER DYCHES 

DONALD COLE 

DONALD WALL 

GENE BELL 

BILL COLEMAN 

VERNON DEAS 

CAPTAIN L. R. HATHAWAY 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Chaplain 

Sergeant-at-Arms 
Faculty Adviser 



GENE BELL 
TERRY BENTLEY 
TERRY BREWER 
JOE CHANDLER 
DONALD COLE 
BILL COLEMAN 
RONNIE DAVIS 



VERNON DEAS 
FLETCHER DYCHES 
JAMES EVANS 
THOMAS FARROW 
DON GRANTHAM 
FORREST HENSLEY 



GORDON LOGAN 
KENNETH RICHARDSON 
EDDIE SILLS 
HENRY SMART 
DON SMITH 
DONALD WALL 










ARC Band 



CORNETS: 

FRED PHILLIPS 
SAMMY SMITH 
HYMAN GREENFIELD 
JAMES EVANS 
ALTON GARRISON 
AMON McCORMACK JR. 
TOMMY FREELAND 
CARL BOGO 
BOBBY V/ARE 
DAVID CRAWFORD 

CLARINETS: 

ALLEN HAGIN 
HUGH CONLON 
BARBARA BRENNECKE 
ROBERT MARION 



BOBBY GOLDMAN 
FRANK BARTON 
BETSY HARRiSON 
LaVERNE HUGHES 
THOMAS SOSBY 
JIMMY GOSSETT 
DONALD DAY 

FLUTES: 

LOIS FROLKIS 
TED JAMES 
SUE HELM 

BASS CLARINETS: 

CORNELIUS HARMON 
DON WILLIS 



CLAUDE HUTCHESON, JR. BASS HORNS: 



SAXAPHONES: 

LOREN HATFIELD 
CLARENDE W. STEVENSON 
EDDIE SILLS 
MILO JOHNSON 
DON SPENCE 



FRENCH HORN: 

DOUGLAS POLLAK 
CLARK STOKELY 
DAVID PATTERSON 
BARBARA FREEMAN 
ROBERT POWMAN 
LAVELLE FOGLE 



TOMMY REESE 
LEWIS CLAXTON 
DONALD RENTZ 

BARITONES: 

LOUIS GORDON 
ROBERT DUNAWAY' 
SYMM McCORD 
LEONARD FRIEDMAN 

TROMBONES: 

KENDALL KITCHENS 
DAVID MASSEY' 
DAVID BURBIDGE 
THOMAS WILKINSON 



DRUMS: 

ANDY MULCAY 
MICHAEL BARNES 
PRISCILLA CROW 
BILLY vcn KAMP 
MILLER WATKINS 
ANN DUKES 
BARBARA STEVENS 

MAJORETTES; 

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SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 



BETTY ALEXANDER— Beta Club 4; 
Christian Worl^ers Council 4; Masque- 
teers 4; Rainbow Staff 4. High Honor 3. 

BOBBY ANDERSON— Beta Club 3, 4; 
Christian Workers Council 4; Track 4. 

MARY ANDERSON— Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4; Future Homemakers 3, 4; 
Masqueteers 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Treasurer 
4; Y-Teens4. 

ROBERT ANDERSON— Football, Man- 
ager 3, 4; Track 4, 

ADA ASTIN— Beta Club 3, 4; La Bo- 
heme 3; Latin Club 3; Future Teachers 
of America, President 4. High Hcnor 3. 

ANNE ATWOOD— Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3, 4. Honor 3. 

BETTY BAAB— Beta Club 3, 4: Chor- 
aliers 4; Christian Workers Council 3; 
Future Homemakers of America 3, 4; 
Latin Club 3; Masqueteers 3, 4; Treas- 
urer 4. Honor 3. 

MIRIAM BAILEY— Beta Club 3, 4; 
Christian Workers Council 4; Future 
Teachers of America 3, 4, Treasurer4; 
Latin Club 3; Treble Clef Club 3. Honor 



JAMES BARGERON— Football 4. 

FRANK BARTON— Band 4. 

VONCEIL BASS— Future Nurses 3, 4; 
Majorettes 3, 4. 

SUE BEALL— Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4; Y-Teens 4. 

STANLEY BEARD— Christian Workers 
Council 4. High Honors 3, 4; National 
Merit Exam 4. 

SALLY BECKUM— Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Too 
Ten 3. 

NANCY LEE BEDINGFIELD— Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3, 4; Future Home- 
makers 3; Future Nurses 3. 4: Rsinbow 
Staff 4. 

GENE BELL— Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 
4: Rifle Team 4; Sabre Club 4. 

TERRY BENTLEY— Hi-Y 3. 4, Chap- 
lain 3; Musketeer Staff 3; Rifle Team. 
3, 4; Captain 4;Sabre Club, Secretary 4; 
Student Council 3, 4, President 4; Major 
General Leonard Wood Medal and Tro- 
phy 3: Wm. R. Hearst Trophy 4; Gold 
R. 

MARY CLAIRE BLANCHARD— Beta 

Club, 3, 4: Christian Workers Council 3, 
4; Future Nurses 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Y- 
Teens 4. Honor 3. 

BARBARA BOVVEN— Athletic Assccia- 
lion 4; C'hristi.TU Workers Council 3, 4: 
Latin Club 3; Masqueteers 3: Rainbow 
Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor 4. High Honor 3. 

ROBERT BOWMAN— Band 3, 4. 

TERRY BREWER— Hi-Y 3, 4; Sabre 
Club 4. 



PHILIP BRINSON— Christian Workers 
Council 4. 

FLORENCE BROOME — Christian 
Workers Council 3, 4; Future Nurses 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4: Y-Teens 4. Honor 3. 

LESTER BROXTON — Choraliers 4; 
Singing Musketeers 4. 

GERALD BUNN — Christian Workers 
Council 4; Rainbow Staff 4. 

JOYCE BUTLER— Hcnor 3. 

PEGGY BYRD— Band 3, 4. 

CAROLYN CAGLE— Beta Club 3. 4 
Choraliers 4; Christian Workers Council 
4: Future Teachers 4; Musketeer Staff, 
Editor-in-Chief 4; Treble Clef Club, 
Secretary 4. 

VICKI CALHOUN — Beta Club 3, 
Christian Workers Council 3; Future 
Teachers 3, 4. Honor 3. 

CLEONICE CARTER— Choraliers 3. 

LADELLE CAUTHEN — Christian 
Workers Council 3. 4: Future Nurses 3; 
Masqueteers 3. Court of Homecoming 
Queen 4. 

PIERCE CAUVIN— Masqueteers 3, 4, 
President 4. 

JOE CHANDLER— Hi-Y 3. 4: Sabre 
Club 4. 

CLIFF CHANNELL— Beta Club 3, 4. 
Vice-President 4; Student Council 4; 
Baseball 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4. 

HOBSON CHAVOUS— Sabre Club 4; 
Football, Manager 4. 

CHRISTINE CHEW— Beta Club 3. 4; 
High Hcnor 3. 

JIMMY CLARK— "B" Varsity Football 
4. 

RACHEL CLARK— Honor 3. 

HILLARIE CLEIN— Highest Honor 3. 

DONALD COLE— Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4: Sabre Club, President 4. 

LYNNE COLE— Beta Club 3, 4: Choral- 
iers 4; Christian Workers Council 4; 
Future Nurses 4; Y-Teen 4. High Honor 
3. 

BILL COLEMAN — Band 3: Christian 
Workers Council 4; Hi-Y. Chaplain 4. 

KITTY COLEMAN— Athletic Associa- 
tion 4: Beta Club 3. 4: Christian Work- 
ers Council 3. 4; Masqueteers 3; Rain- 
bow Staff 3, 4: Tennis 3. 4. Honor 3. 4. 

RONNIE COLEMAN— Christian Work- 
ers Council 4; Football, Manager 3, 4: 
Track. Manager 3: Tennis 4. 

JERRY CONNELL— Varsity football 4. 

JUDY CONNER — Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4: Future Teachers 4: Treble 
Clef Club 4. 

JANE CONNER — Christian Workers 
Council 3. 4; Treble Clef Club 4; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Senior Class. Honor 3. 



BETTY COOK — Christian Workers 
Council 3; Masqueteers 3: Rainbow Staff 
3. 

JIMMY COOK— Beta Club 3. 4: Sabre 
Club. Treasurer 4; Varsity Football 3, 
4: Varsity Tra.!: 3, 4; 'B" Varsity Bas- 
ketball 3; Veterans of Foreign Wars 
Sabre 3; Gold R. High Honor 3. 

BARBARA GENE CORLEY— Christian 
Workers Council 3, 4. 

SARA CORLEY— Future Nurses 4. 

PRISCILLA CROW— Band 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 4, Superior Rating 3, 4: Christian 
Workers Council 4; Future Nurses 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4; Y-Teens, Service Project 
Chairman 4. 

LOUISE CRUMP — Christian Workers 
Council 3. 

CHARLES DANIEI^Sabre Club 4: "B" 
Varsity Fooball 3. 

BETTY DAVIS— Rainbow Staff 4. 

RICHARD DAVIS — Latin Club 3, Treas- 
u.er 3: Rifle T;am 3, 4, Wm. R. Hearst 
Trophy 4; Sabre Club 4. 

VERNON DEAS— Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-Pres- 
ident 3. Sergeant at Arms 4. 

JANELLE DEMPSEY — Athletic Asso- 
ciation, President 4: Christian Workers 
Council 3; Treble Clef Club 4; Varsity 
Basketball 3, 4; Tennis 4. 

RONALD DENT — Choraliers 4; Rain- 
bow Staff 4; Sabre Club. Vice-President 
4; Singing Musketeers, President 4: 
Track 4; Best Drilled Cadet 3. High 
Honors 3; Hcnor 4. 

JEANNE DICKS — Athletic Association 
4: Beta Club 4: Christian Workers 
Council 3. 4: Future Nurses 3. 

WALLACE DORN — Beta Club 3. 4: 
Latin Club 3; Masqueteers 4; Richmond 
Choraliers 4; Sabre Club 4: Singing 
Musketeers 4. High Honor 3. 

ANNE DUKES— Band 4. 

JOHN DUNN — Rifle Team 4: Sabre 
Club 4. 

FLETCHER DYCHES— Hi-Y. President 
3. 4; Rainbow S.aff 4; Sabre Club 4. 

PEGGY ELDRIDGE— Christian Work- 
ers Council 4; Choraliers 4; Masqueteers 
3. Honor 3. 

DAGMAR ENDORF— Beta Club 3. 4: 
Christian Workers Council 3; Latin Club 
3: Masqueteers 3; Rainbow Staff 3. 4. 
Honor 4. 

KENNETH ENGLISH— Varsity Football 
3. 4; Varsity Basketball 4; Track 3. 4. 

JAMES EVANS— Band 3. 4; High-Y 4: 
Rifle Team 4. 

HELEN EVE — Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3: Rainbow Staff 3, 4. 



SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 



CHARLES EVERETT — Sabre Club 4; 
Student Council, Vice-President 4; Var- 
sity Football 3. 4. Captain 4: Baseball 3. 

TOMMY FARROW — Beta Club 3. 4: 
Hi-Y 4; Masqueteers 3. High Honor 3. 

ANN FIELDS — Athletic Association, 
Secretary 4: Christian Workers Council 
3: Masqueteers 4: Top Ten 3; Basket- 
ball 3. 4: Tennis 3. 4. 

LEWIS FLINT — Beta Club 3. 4: Sabre 
Club 4: Varsity Foobtall 3. 4. 

VERA FLORENCE— Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4: Future Homemakers 4; 
Treble Clef Club 3, 4. 

LA VELLE FOGLE— Band 3. 4: Choral- 

iers 4. 

JO ANN FORD— Future Nurses Club 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

SUE FORTNEY — Christian Workers 
Council 3: Class President 3: Y-Teens, 
Treasurer 3; Homecoming Queen 4. 

BARBARA ANN FREEMAN — Band 3, 
4: Christian Workers Council 3, 4. 

LOIS FROLKIS— Band 3. 4. Secretary 
Concert Band 3. 4. Honorary Band 
Council 3, 4: Beta Club 3. 4: Masque- 
teers 3: Highest Honor 3, 4: National 
Merit Exam 4. 

DANNY FILCHER — Choraliers 4: 

Singing Musketeers 4. 

PAT FITZGERALD— Athlelic Associa- 
tion 4: Choraliers 3: Christian Workers 
Council 3: Treble Clef Club 3, 4, Pres- 
ient 4. 

NICK GAVALAS — Choraliers 3. 4; 
Singing Musketeers 4. 

NORTH GOODWIN— Christian Work- 
ers Council 4; Rainbow Staff 4; Varsiiy 
Football 3. 4. High Honor 3. 

DON GRANTHAM— Choraliers 4: Sink- 
ing Musketeers 4: Varsity Football 3. 4: 
Track 4. 

PAT GREENE— Beta Club 3. 4: Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3. 4; Future Home- 
makers 3. 4; Masqueteers 3; Rainbow 
Staff 4. Honor 3. 

NANCY GRICE — Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4: Class Vice-President 4. 
Highest Honor 3. 

MARY GRLMSLEY— Beta Club 4: Y- 

Teens 4. 

ALLEN HAGIN— Band 3. 4; Vice-Pres- 
ident Concert Band 4. 

BETH HANKINSON— Rainbow Staff 3, 

4. 

CORNELIUS HARMON— Band 3, 4. 

JANE HENDERSON— Beta Club 3, 4: 
Christian Workers Council 3, 4; Future 
Homemakers 3; Masqueteers 3, 4; Rain- 
bow Staff 4. Honor 3. 

VIRGINIA HENDRIX — Christian Work- 
ers Council 3; Treble Clef Club 4. 



FORREST HENSLEY— Hi-Y 3. 4: Sabre 
Club 4; Baseball 3, 4. 

MARGARET HENSLEY — Christian 
Workers Council 3; Future Homemakers 
4; Musketeer Staff 4. 

MARY SUE HILL — Beta Club 3, 4: 
Christian Workers Council 3, 4: Masque- 
teers, Secretary 3; Rainbow Staff 4; 
Student Council, Vice-President 3: Top 
Ten 3: Cheerleader 3. 4: Court Home- 
coming Queen 4. 

SIBBIE HOGAN— Choraliers 4: Chris- 
tian Workers Council 4: Musketeer Staff 
3. 4. 

PAT HUGHES— Beta Club 3, 4: Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3, 4; Future Home- 
makers 3: Future Teachers 4: Tri-Hi-Y, 
President 4 High Honor 3. 

PAT HUNT— Choraliers 4: Treble Clef 
Club 4. 

ROSEMARY JANSEN — Christian 
Workers Council 3; Latin Club 3; Tri- 
Hi-Y 4. 

RANDY JAY — Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 4. 

BETTY JEFFCOAT— Treble Clef Club 
4. 

BETTY JOHNSON— Christian Workers 
Council 3. 

BARB.ARA JONES — Choraliers 4; 
Christian Workers Council 3, 4: Student 
Council 3: Tri-Hi-Y. Vice-President 4. 

CARLA SUE JONES— Choraliers, Sec- 
retary 4: Christian Workers Council 3, 
4: Treble Clef Club 3. 

CLAUDIA JONES— Future Nurses 4; 
Treble Clef Club 4. 

EMILY JONES — Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4; Rainbow Staff 4. Honor 3. 

AUDREY JEAN KEEL— Choraliers 3; 
Christian Workers Council 3: Treble 
Clef Club 4; Y-Teens 3. 

BERT KING — Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 4. 

THOMAS KING- Rifle Team 4: Base- 
ball 4. 

MARY JO KLEIN — Beta Club 3. 4: 
Christian Workers Council 3, 4; Tri-Hi- 
V 4: Y-Teens 4. Honor 3. 

BRANTLEY KUGLAR — Christian 
Workers Council 4; Singing Musketeers 
4: Varsity Football 3. 4: All-State Foot- 
ball Team 4. AU-American 4. 

BILL KUHLKE — Christian Workers 
Council 4; Student Council 3: Varsity 
Football 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; 
Track 4. 

RONALD LA CHANCE— Sabre Club 4. 
Honor 3. 

FRANCES LANEY— Christian Workers 
Council 3: Future Homemakers 3; Fu- 
ture Nurses 4: La Boheme 3: Musketeer 
Staff, Assistant Editor 4: Masqueteers 4. 



TOMMY LANIER— DCT 3; Musketeer 
Staff, Assistant Photographer 4. 

VIOLET LANIER — Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4. 

JERRY ANN LEE— High Honor 3, 4. 

MARY LEE — Athletic Association 4; 
Future Homemakers 3. 4. 

SYBIL LEE— Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3. 4; Future Nurses 4; Masqueteers 
3; Y-Teens 4. 

JENNIE LEE LEHMANN— Athletic As- 
sociation 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Christian 
Workers Council 3, 4; Masqueteers 3; 
Rainbow Staff 3, 4. Honor 3; High 
Honor 4. 

BILL LESSARD— Baseball 4. High Hon- 
or 4. 

DANIEL LEVY— High Honor 3. 4. 

HARRIET LEVY— Masqueteers 3: Rain- 
bow Staff 4. Honor 3; High Honor 4. 

BECKY LITTLE— Beta Club 3, 4; 
Christain Workers Council 3, 4; Masque- 
teers 3; Student Council 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 4. 
Honor 3: High Honor 4. 

GORDON LOGAN— Hi-Y 4. High Hon. 
or 4. 



ROSEMARIE MAHLSTEDT 

Homemakers 3; Y-Teens 3. 



Future 



CHARLOTTE MALLARD— Beta Club 3, 
4; Christian Workers Council 4; Future 
Homemakers 3, 4; Treble Clef Club 3. 
Honor 3, 4. 

GRACE MANGUM— Athletic Associa- 
tion 4; Beta Club 3, 4, President 4; 
Christian Workers Council 3; Latin 
Club. Secretary 3; Masqueteers 3; Rain- 
bow Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor 4; Girls Ac- 
tivities Medal. Highest Honor 3; High 
Honor 4. 

BOBBY MARION— Band 3. 4; Beta 
Club 3. 4; Golf 4. 

HENRY MARKS— Christian Workers 
Council 4; Football 3. 

LINDA MARKS— Athletic Council 4; 
Beta Club 3. 4; Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3, 4; Masqueteers 3; Rainbow Staff 
3, 4; Tennis 3. 4; Cheerleader 4; Girls 
Activities Medal. Honor 3. 

JOE MARTIN— Beta Club 3, 4: Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3, 4: Football 3: 
"B" Varsity Basketball 3; Track 3. 4. 
Honor 3, 4. 

HENRIETTA MAY— Future Nurses 3. 
Honor 3. 

JACQUELINE MAY — Choraliers 4; 
Treble Clef Club 4. 

JEANIE MAYSON— Athletic Council 4; 
Beta Club 4; Choraliers 4: Treble Clef 
Club 4. Honor 3. 

MARTHA NELL MEACHAM— Future 
Homemakers 3. 4, Historian 3. Project 
Chairman 4. Honor 3. 



SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 



GARY MELTON— Varsity Football 3, 
4; Baseball 3, 4: All-State 3; Basketball 
3. 4, Captain 4. 

SUE MERTINS — Cliristian Workers 
Council 3; Student Council 3, 4, Secre- 
tary-treasurer 3, Corresponding Sec- 
retary 4; Top Ten 3. 

ALICE MILES— Beta Club 4: Christian 
Workers Council 4; Rainbow Staff 4. 

BETTE MILLER— Beta Club 3, 4, Par- 
liamentarian 4; Masqueteers 3, 4, Sec- 
retary 4; Rainbow Staff 4. High Honor 
3. 4. 

SARA MILLER — ChrisUan Workers 
Council 3; Future Nurses, President 4. 

RAY MIMS— Baseball 3, 4. 

JOYCE MITCHELL— Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4; Masqueteers 3; Musketeer 

3, 4, Managing Editor 4. 

MARY MIXON — Christian Workers 
Council 4. 

WALLACE MOODY— Christian Work- 
ers Council 4. 

MARTHA MOSELEY— Beta Club 3, 4; 
Christian Workers Council 4; Latin 
Club 3: Treble Clef Club 3, 4, Treasurer 

4. Highest Honor 3, 4; Valedictorian; 
Chcraliers 4. 

DAVID MYRICK— Sabre Club 4; Var- 
sity Football 3, 4; "B" Varsity Basket- 
ball 3; Varsi y Basketball 4; Manager 
Baseball 3. 

MARY ANN MURPHY— Hcnor 3. 

GERRY MUNDY — Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4: Tri Hi-Y, Vice-President, 
4; Class President 4; Honorary Cadet 
Colonel, High Honor 3. 

BETTY McCORKLE— Christian Work- 
ers Council 3, 4; Future Homemakers 4; 
Treble Clef Club 4. Honor 3. 

DONALD McCROAN— Hi-Y 3, 4. 

BARBARA McDANIEL — Christian 
Workers Council 4; Future Homemak- 
ers, Vice-President 3; Treble Clef Club 
3; Y-Teens 4. 

WALTER McDOUGAL — Christian 
Workers Ccuncil 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Ten- 
nis 3, 4. Honor 3. 

JANE McELMURRAY— Beta Club 3, 4; 
Christian Workers Council 3; Class Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 3; Cheerleader 4. High 
Honor 3. 

BARBARA McGAHEE— Beta Club 3, 4; 
Christian Workers Council 3, 4: Tri- 
Hi-Y 4. 

MACK McKIE — Christian Workers 
Council 4. 

CHARLES NEWMAN— Beta Club 3. 4; 
Bausch & Lomb Science Award 4; Na- 
tional Merit Exam 4. Highest Honor 3. 

WARREN NORRIS — Rifle Team 4; 
Wm. R. Hearst Trophy 4. 

MARIE PALMER— Future Nurses 4. 



JOE PATCHEN— Beta Club 3; Color 
Guard 4. Hcnor 3. 

ART PATCHIN, JR.— Rainbow Staff 4; 
Varsity Football 3, 4, Alternate Captain 
4: Baseball 3, 4. 

ANNETTE PEACOCK — Choraliers 3; 
Future Nurses 3, 4; Treble Cl3f Club 

3, 4, 

ANN PERRY— Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3, 4; Future Homemakers 4. 

FRED PHILLIPS— Band 3, 4, Band 
Council 4; Sabre Club 4; Golf 4; High 
Honor 3; Honor. 

OTIS PHILLIPS — Christian Workers 
Council 4: Fcotball 3, 4: Manager 4; 
Baseball 4. 

FRANKIE PHILPOT— Beta Club 3. 4; 
Future Homemakers 3, 4, Treasurer 3; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. Honor 3. Treble Clef Club 
3. 

MARGUERITE PHILPOT — Athletic 
Association 4; Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3, 4; Latin Club 3: Masqueteers 3; 
Rainoow Staff 3, 4, 

TOM PITCHER— ChoraUers 4; Sabre 
Club 4; Singing Musketeers, Treasurer 
4; Varsity Football 3, 4; BasketbaU 3, 4; 
Baseball 3, 4; Gold R. 4. Honor 3, 4. 

DOUGLAS H. POLLAK— Band 3. 4, 

Section Leader 4. 

ALICE PURDY— Beta Club 3, 4: Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3; Fuiure Home- 
makers 3, 4, Secretary 4; Latin Club 3; 
Masqueteers 3, 4. High Honor 3, 4. 
Musketeer 4. 

BETTY RACHELS— Christian Workers 
Council 3. 

FRANCES REESE — Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4; Future Hcmemakers 4. 
Honor 3. 

MARIA REESE — Christian Workers 
Council 3; Treble Clef Club 3, 4: Vice- 
Pres'dent 4. 

ALICE REEVES— High Honor 3. 

THOMAS RHODEN— Distributive Edu- 
cation 3. 

KEN RICHARDSON — Choraliers 4; 
Christian Workers Council 3: Hi-Y 3, 

4, Secretary 3; Singing Musketeers, Sec- 
retary 4. 

VIR<"-INIA ROBERTS— Christian Work- 
ers Council 3. 4; Future Homemakers, 
Historian 3, Y-Teens 4. High Honor 3. 

LEE ANN ROYSTER — Choraliers 4; 
Ch'i'itian Workers Council 4; Masque- 
teers 4: Rainbow Staff 4. Honor 4. 

LOUISE SACK— Hcnor 4. 

CARROLL SUE SCHWIENING — Beta 
Club 3, 4, High Honor 3. 

EVELYN SCOTT— Treble Clef Club 4. 

EDDIE SILLS— Band 3, 4, President 4, 
Band Council 3, 4: Sabre Club 4. 



SIMONE SIMOWTTZ— Choraliers 3, 4; 
Treble Clef Club 3, 4. 

FAYE SIMS — Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3, 4. Honor 3. 

FRED SIMS — Beta Club 3, 4: Sabre 
Club 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; Track 4; 
Gold R. Honor 3. 

HENRY SMART— Hi-Y 4. 

DON SMITH— Hi-Y 3, 4; Musketeer 
Staff 3, 4; Singing Musketeers 4. 

JEAN SRHTH— Athletic Association 4: 
Beta Club 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

SAMUEL SMITH— Band 3, 4. 

HUNTER SMOAK— Christian Workers 
Council 4. 

MARCIA SPARKS— Beta Club 3, 4; 
Chaplain 4; Choraliers 4: Christian 
Workers Council 3. Vice-President 3, 4. 
Future Hcmemakers 3. 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Latin Club 3: Masqueteers 3, 4; 
Rainbow Staff 3. 4, Business Manager 
4; ARC Winner Voice of Democracy 3, 
4; Girls Activities Medal. High Honor 
3. 

SANDRA STACKS— Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 

DAVE STAFFORD— Christian Workers 
Council 3: Singing Musketeers 4: Rifle 
Team 4; Tennis 4. 

LILLIAN STEHMEYER — Christian 
Workers Council 3, 4; Fu ure Nurses 4: 
Tri-Hi-Y 4: Tcp Ten 3. 

JOE STEINBERG— Golf 4. 

BARBARA STEVENS— Band 3. 4. 

EVELYN STONE — Y-Teens 3. 

RACHEL STONE— Future Nurses 3, 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. Honor 3. 

RUTH STORY— Beta Club 3, 4: C'-ris- 
tian Workers Council 4; Treble Clef 
Club 3. Highest Honors 3. 

NANETTE STURGIS— Christian Work- 
ers Council 4; Treble Clef Club 3. 

KATHRYN SULLIVAN— Beta Club 3, 
4: Christian Workers Council 4: Mas- 
queteers 3. Honor 3. 

MARTHA SUMERAU— Beta Club 3. 4: 
Christian Workers Council 3: Future 
Homemakers 3. 

GLORIA SWEARINGEN — Christian 

Workers Council 4. 

HELEN TANENBAUM— Future Teach- 
ers 4; Masqueteers 3: Treble Clef Club 
3. 

HOMER TAPLEY— Sabre Club 4. 

MAXINE THURMOND— Majorette 3, 4: 

Honor 3, 4. 



SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 



BECKY TOWILI^Beta Club 3, 4: Pro- 
gram Chairman Christian Workers 
Council 3: Distributive Education, Vice- 
President 3; Latin Club. Vice-President 
3; Masqueteers 3; Rainbow Staff 3, 4, 
Associate Editor 4; Top Ten 3. Highest 
Honor 3: High Honor 4. 

JOY TOWNES — Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4: Fu'.ure Nurses 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4: Tri-Hi-Y. High Honor. 

MARTHA USRY— Choraliers 4; Treble 
Clef Club 4. 

THOMAS VAN HAGAN— Beta Club 3, 
4; Rainbow Staff 3: Sabre Club 4: Track 
4. High Honor 3: Honor 4. 

ROBERT AV.ADDELL— Honor 3. 

NAN WADE— Choraliers 4; Treble Clef 
Club 3. 4. Honor 3. 

CHARBY WALKER— Chris ian Work- 
ers Council 3. Honor 3. 

JIMMY WALKER— Beta Club 3. 4: 
Rainbow Staff 4: Golf 3. 4. Honor 3, 
4. 

PAT WALI Distributive Education 3; 

Treble Clef Club 4. 

SAR.A WALL — Distributive Education 
Club 3; Choraliers 4; Treble Clef Club 



BOBBY WARE— Band 3. 4: Musketeer 
Staff 4. 

CONNIE WEATHERS — Choraliers 3; 

Christian Workers Council 4. 

PATSY' WEEKS— Athletic Association 4; 
Christian Workers Council 3. 4; Rain- 
bow Staff 3, 4. 

MARY JANE WELBORN — Christian 
Workers Council 3: Future Nurses 3; 
Treble Clef Club 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Y- 
Teens 3, 4. 

EDWIN WHEELER— Choraliers, Vice- 
President 4: Christian Workers Council 
3. 4: Singing Musketeers 4: Varsity Foot- 
ball 3. 4. Honor 3, 4. 

KENNETH WHITAKER— Musketeer 3. 

BOOTS WHITTEN— Athletic Associa- 
tion 4; Christian Workers Council 4; 
Latin Club 3; Masqueteers 3; Rainbow 
Staff 4. Honor 4. 

JACK WIER— Rifle Team 4; Rifle Fir- 
ing Squad 4. 

BONNIE WILLIAMS— Sabre Club 4; 
Varsity Football 3, 4: Track 3. 

KENNETH \VILLIAMS — Musketeer 
Stalf 4: Varsity Football 4. 



BECKY WILSON— Athletic Association 
4: Beta Club 3. 4. Secretary 4; Christian 
Workers Council 3. 4: Masqueteers 3; 
Rainbow Staff 3. 4. Associate Editor 4; 
Top Ten 3: Cheerleader 4. Honor 3, 4. 

IDA MARIE WILSON— Choraliers 4: 
Treble Clef Club 3. 4, Vice-President 4; 
Basketball 4. 



Football, Manager 



WILLIE WILSON 

3; Tennis 4. 



JOAN WOODWARD— Christian Work- 
ers Council 3. 4; Future Homemakers 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4: Class Vice-President 3. 
Honor 3. 

KIT WOOTEN — Christian Workers 
Council 3. 4; Future Nurses 3; La Bo- 
heme 3: Masqueteers 3. 

BETH WRIGHT— Beta Club 3. 4; Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3. 4; Future Home- 
makers 3. 4; Latin Club. President 3; 
Masqueteers 3. High Honor 3. 

BOYKIN WRIGHT— Beta Club 3. 4. 
Treasurer 4; Christian Workers Council 
4: Rainbow Staff 4; Golf 3, 4. High 
Honor 3. 

JULIE WRIGHT— Beta Club 3. 4; Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3. 4; Latin Club, 
Chaplain 3: Future Homemakers 3, 4; 
President 3; High Honor 3; Masque- 
teers 3, 4. 



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NATIONAL BANK 



THE GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 

Main (Office Gwiiinetl St. Office Uptown Brancli 

Camp I iiiriion l''acilit_v I )anicl \'illage 



CHECK-R-BOARD 

FEEDS — BABY CHICKS 
SAXITATIOX PRODUCTS 



Phone 4-SS26 



Bowl— For Fun and Health 

Special Rates for Birthday Parties 

All Teen-agers Receive Reduced Rates 

During- Daytiine Hours (1-6 p. m.) 

25c Per Game 

Free Instruction For Beginners 

RICHMOND BOWLING 
ACADEMY 

(Over Busy Bee Restaurant) 
fi.V, p.rorul Street Plione 2-0933 



Compliments 


of 


Ricluiioiul Hotel 


Barber Shoj) 


Richmond Hotel 



"For Twenty-one Years Your Oldsviobile 
Dealer" 

EASTERN MOTOR CO. 

1333 Bmad Street 
Aujjusta. Georgia 



CANNED MEATS 

RELISHES and 

SAUCES 




KICAI. ESTATE SALES 
LOANS IXSURANCE 

PR( )PEKTV MANAGEMENT 

Blaiiclianl & ('alliomi 
Realty Cloiupany 

Augusta, Georgia 
Dial 2-r/)21 



Two and One-Hall Per Cent Interest 

Paid on all Savings and Time Certificates 

Deposits Insured Up to SIO.OOO 

Interest Compounded Semi-Annually 



Realty Savings Bank 

"Augusta's Only Strictly Savings Bank" 
Member F. D. I. C. 



827 Broad St 



Augusta. Ga. 



Lake View Pharmacy 

"( )])en 24 1 lours a Day" 

1800 Broad St. 

Phone 3-449.T 

.\ugusta. Georgia 




tOTniO IWDfl AUTHOIITT Of THI COOk-COlA COm^amT IT 



AUGUSTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 



Compliments 
of 

H. Slimerling Jewelers 

"The Store for Brides" 
910 Bruad St. 
Augusta. Ga. 
Phone : 2-5551 



Compliments 



of 



Bailie's Parking Lot 



739 Reynolds Street 
Augusta. Georgia 



Richmond Supply Co. 




Industrial Specialities 




MIT.L SCFPLIES — TOOLS 




MACHIXERV 




Phone 4-7792 




652 Seventh St. Augusta, 


Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

Avera Provision Com])anv 

Manufacturers of 

Farm Brand Hams — Farm Brand 

Bacon — Farm Brand Sausage 

Bln° Kililmn Wieners 

Blue Ribbon Bologna 



Fifth Avenue Shoppe 

"THE SHOPPE ALL WOMEN KNOW" 

Where 
"The Most Beautiful Clothes Are Sold" 
829 Br. ad St. Ausrusta. Ga. 



ConipliiiuMUs 



ot 



SHARPTON JEWELERS 

YOUR HOUSE OF DIAMONDS 
702 Broad Street 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



Hagler Truck Co, 



You're always right 
^ lien \ ou Give 



NDIES f *-^ 




M^' IIOI'.I'.V BOX 
$2.00 11). 

rius a Complete Line 

For Those Who I.ove Fine 
Thintrs 



MURPHY 


1 

& ROBINSON 


Pre. 


^cri] 


ition 


< )i)ticians 


Mem 


)cr 


Opticians Guild 


Lobby S.F.C 


Bklg. 


14.=;i Harper St. 


1 )l.-d 2-. ^641 






Dial 4-2729 



Sturkie Furniture 
(Company 

2117 .Millcdfreville Road 

Phone 2-2162 

OPFX TIL 9 AT XIGIIT 



Bassford Motor Co. 

LTD. 

1447 Broad St. Phone 2-7018 

\'e Smart — Ride a Cushman Motor 

Scooter to School 

Distributors : All Kinds 

MERCURY— CANOES— BOATS 

OUTBOARD MOTORS & CRUISERS 



All Your Clothes Should 



Go To 



SSIM»>y*8 



Dial 2-55.SS 


DIXIE CAB SERVICE 


553 Ellis Street 


AtiiJjnsta, Georgia 



COMPLIMEXTS 



OF 



Hull, Williiighani, Towill 
& Norma 11 



BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF '56 

Guy C. Smith 
Construction Co. 



Compliments 



ot 



L. J. HENRY COMPANY 

Complete Office (Outfitters 

X'isit Our New Store at 
1252 Reynolds Street 

Plenty of Parking Space 



Sherman & Hemstreet 



REALTORS 



Augusta, Georgia 



First Federal Savings 

& Loan Association 

of Augusta 

Start a Savings Account 

Liberal Dividends 

Safety Insure<l U]) to $10,000.00 

127 - "til Street 



Aii^ista Hardware Co. 

2255 Milledgcville Road 



Phone 6-3375 

"A complete line of quality hardware 
at a reasonable price" 



Cotnpl nicnts 



of 



Skinner Auto Supply 
Company 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 

of 

HOWARD LUMBER 
COxAIPANY 

'*0»€ Board or a Trainload" 

J. W. Carson W. H. Hadger 

1900 Milledgcville Road 



Phone 2-0451 



Augusta, Ga. 



B 


rickle 


Tip Top Cleaners 




LAL'XDRV SER\"ICF, 








sill IF, K 


KPAIRS 




1 


^25 Wahcin Way 








Phone 2-7093 





Towner-Kirkland 
Transfer Co. 

A^cnt for Howard \'an Lines 

901 Reynolds St. Phone 2-6795 

EMORY TOWXER 

"You Call — We Maul" 

House Moving 

Transfer Distribution 

Storage Facilities Pool-Car Service 



In Aiijiusta it's 


Mfavisonis 

M ^ OF DIXIE 





Compliments 
of 

Southern Finanee 
CorpcMution 

Realtors 

LOAN'S — REAL EST ATIC 

R !•: \ TS — INS L" R A X CE 



Com])liments 



of 



Fulcher, Fulehei 



& Hagler 



Congratulations & Best Wishes From 



719 

Broad 

St. 




Phone 
4-7738 









Compliments 




Greetings 


of 

Southeastern Fur Co. 




ELECTRICAT, 


911 Greene Street 




EQUIPMENT 


Augusta, Georgia 




COMPANY 


c 


i^lTZ 


Ph. 




Augusta Office Supply 

Engineering and Office Supplies 
All Makes of Portable Typewriters 

• 




£><£ ClASS Tl m 
PBCJCWPTIONS 1 I I/I 
WCUBftTELV 1 ""/( 
FILLCD II 


^P| 




WFTIUIGGS 


'^^mtmi 


^^^ 




Broad at Tenth 
Phone 4-3512 


COMPLIMENTS 




Diamonds — Watches — Sih erware 


OF 




BECKUM & JONES 


E. R. Davis Coal & Oil 




JliWELlvRS 


Co., Inc. 




Augusta, ('leorgia 


rhone 2-5787 




S57 lir.Kul Si. Dial 2-6707 



Compliments 


of 


TOOLE SUPPLY CO. 


Augusta. Georgia 


IXDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 


ilACHIXER'i— l^L'MPS 





Coinplinieuts 




of 


AUDIO-VISUAL CENTER 


216- 


12tli St. .\ugu.-;ta. (ia. 




R. G. .Smith. Jr.. .Manager 




Everything tor 




.Audio-X'isual F'rograni 



IRVIN REALTY CO. 

722 Greene Street 

Augusta, Georg'a 

''The Best Is the Cheapest in the Long Run" 



SALES 



M.VNAGEMEXT 

RF.XTAI.S 



Compliments 
of 

Clausseii-Lawreiice 
Construction Co. 



ELLIOTT SONS 



Coniplinu-nt - 
01 



URRRErfjSLkER 

JeuieIer 
"The House of Fine Sterling" 

.S31 P.road Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



LAUNDER-HOUSE. In« 



South's Finest and I'astcst 



Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plants 



Colonial 

, i* Pooi BreacL 



'^g= 



Augusta Sporting Goods, 
Inc. 

Exclusive Distributors 

MacGregor — Goldsmith 
Athletic Equipment 

GOLF, TENNIS. BASKETBALL 
and FOOTBALL SUPPLIES 

210-212 Eighth St. 

Phone 2-6007 



JOHNSON, LANE, SPACE 

&C0. 

GOVERNMENT 

MUNICIPAL 

INDUSTRIAL 
STOCKS BONDS 

Investment Trust 
721 Broad Street Phone 2-7741 

Augusta 



Savannah 



Atlanta 



Murphy 


Stationery 


Co. 


SOCI.VL 


and COMMRRCI.M. 


ST 


\T1()XI•.K^■ 




7KS P.riiad St. 




I 


)ial 2-2] 22 






730 Broad Street 



John F. Brickie & Co. 


COLUMBIA 


BICYCLES 


LAWN MOWERS- 


-AIOSLER SAFES 


942 Ellis 


Street 


Dial 2 


-0437 



Jernigan Hardware Co. 



Wholesale 



Hardware — Housewares 



Fishing Tackle 



KEEP HAPPY, see a good movie 


at The 


IMPERIAL 



Walker ]\lotor Company 



SALES AND SERVICE 

Broad at 14th St. 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

Keel's Service Station 

Baker & Walton Way 



FUR CHARTER SERVICE 
Dial 4-3543 

VALLEY COACHES, 
Inc. 

Xo. 8 Ninth Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Georgia Hatters 
& Cleaners 



SlilRT I.AL'XnRV 

I'l. A. (iavalas. Pro])ricti>r 

Dal _M094 

316 Eighth Street 



77 




Copyright The Borden Co. 

Elsie Says . . . 

.... eat plenty (if Sancken's Ice 

Cream and drink lots of Borden's 

Sancken Milk 

BORDEN'S SANCKEN 
DAIRY 

A DIVISION OF THE BORDEN COMPANM 



Barren Bros, 

— SINCE 1849 — 
"Augusta's Great Hardware Department Store" 



Compliments 
of 

Augusta Federal Savings 
and Loan Association 

Ground Floor 
Southern Finance Building- 



Compliments 
of 

TRI-STATE AUGUSTA, 
Inc. 

International Industrial Power 

Olive Road 

Auefusjta, Georgia 



Best Wishes 




Li 



JUL 



Compliments 



of 



S. H. KRESS & CO. 

Known for SCHOLASTIC 
School Supplies 



( AREY F. WEATHERS 

Transfer & Storage Co. 

Local anil Lonj; Distance Movinuf 
Operating in 28 States 

A coMiM.i-rri': monixc si^rxmci: 

1_'(,S Drn'.l i'ark Avenue 
Phone 3-2211 



Bentley Brothers 
Furniture 

Broad at 11th Street 
"The .Store of Friendly Service" 

Phone 2-5309 



Meet Your Friends Here! 
VARSITY DRIVE IN 

Gwinnett an<l Druid I'ark Avenue 
Augusta, Georgia Phone 4-3"45 

BF.ST IX MLSIC 
BKST L\ FOOD 



Phone 4-7727 

Wacldey Office Supply, 
Inc. 

COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS 
224 Eighth Street 
Augusta. Georgia 





Compliments 






of 




B. 


F. GOODRICH 

Broad at 10th Street 




Augusta. 


Georgia Phone 2- 


2674 



Compliments 



of 



JOHN R. COOK & CO. 
Contractors 

— and — 

Engineers 



East Boundary Cleaners 

E. M. Crozier Russell Plunkett 

Dry Cleaning 

.Auto Laundry 

Phone 2-4583 402 E. Boundarv 



LILY -TULIP CUP 
CORPORATION 

Manufacturers 
of 

PAPER DRINKING CUPS 

and 

FOOD CONTAINERS 

1550 Wrightsboro Road 

Phjone 3-2214 

.\ugusta, Georgia 



Compliments 


of 


Meyer's 


Prescription Sliop 


•■l'Kl':SCRli'Tl()XS EH. LED 


l'R< ).M1'T1.V and .VCCCRATICLV 


.\T REASCJXAHLE PRICES" 




A & P Super Market 

1713 Walton Wav 



Ciimplinients 



of 



H. L. GREENE'S, INC. 
5c -$5.00 

Corner Ellis and Broad 
At Ninth Street 



Augusta Radio Co. 

Radios — Home Appliances 
Phonograph Records 

"Augusta's Largest Record Dept." 
855 Broad Street Dial 2-463.S 



Maxwell Brothers 

FURNITURE 

Frigidaires — Philco Radios — Draperies 

Experienced 
Interior Decorating Service 

Phone 2-5S26 

933 Broad St. Augusta, Georgia 



Woodward Lumber Co. 

YOUR BUILDING MATERIAL 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

1010 Roberts St. Augusta, Ga. 

Phones 2-4611 -12-13 



Compliments 

of 

THE MILLER THEATER 



Augusta - Houston Co. 



Thirteenth at D'Antignac St. 

Phone 2-7721 

Augusta, Georgia 

Packaged Crushed Ice — Burn-Rite Coal 

Block Ice 




E, D. Marks. Pres. A. M. Boyer. Jr.. Vice-Pres. 

Marks Heating and 
Air Conditioning 

5th Street Extension Phone 2-3645 or 2-19-10 

Augusta. Georgia 

WBSTINGHOUSE AIR CONDITIONING 

SYSTEMS 

WILLIAMS OIL-O-MATIC EQUIPMENT 

AMERICAN RADIATOR CO. HEATING EQUIP. 

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS 

OIL. GAS OR COAL HEAT 

.•\IR CONDITIONING 



CHAMPION CO AL & 



FUEL OIL CO. 



Moss & Wall's Market 

FRESH MEATS. SEA FOODS 

FRESH DRESSED POULTRY 

2571 Central Avenue 

Phone 3-4436 Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 




of 




Jenning's Drug 


Store 



GEORGIA SPORTING 

GOODS, 

INC. 



Phone 2-5775 

Williford's Cleaners 

JIand Cleaning — One Day Service 
Alterations & Repairs 



428-Sth St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Macucli Steel Products, Inc. 

Engineers. Designers and Craftsmen 

1530 .Augusta .Ave. Phone 4-7717 

.Augusta. Georgia 

Fabricators of 

.sTRCCTURAL. ORXAMEXTAI, 

— and — 

MFSCHLLAXEOUS STEEL 



PENNEY'S 



EXTENDS CO.\"GRATL'LATIOXS 



AXD BEST WISHES 




124 Eighth Street 

Phones : 2-5377 or 4-9709 

IF IT IS GOOD INSURANCE 

WE SELL IT! 



F. E. FEKRTS & CO. 
Men's Clothing 

752 Broad Street 



Compliments 



of 



Consumers Feed and Seed 



1101 Broad Street 
Call 2-5881 



Compliments 
of 

Osbon Auto Supply, Inc. 

Fisk Tires — Hester Batteries 

Auto Parts — Recapping 

—EASY TERMS— 

1253-55 Broad St. Auq:usta. Ga. 



DRESSES. . .COATS. . .SUITS 
MILLINERY 

MAXWELL HOUSE 
Greene & Tenth Sts. Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 



of 



Mullierin Lumber Co. 



625 - 13th Street 



Phone 2-8351 



WGAC 

.=^80 OX YOUR DIAL 

The Favorite Station of A. R. C. 

and 

Junior College Students 



Compliments 



of 



Marks Surgical Supplies, 
Inc. 

1429 Harper Street 
Ausfusta. Georsfia 



Compliments 



of 



Georgia-Carolina Brick and 
Tile Co. 



MURRAY'S 
FLORIST 



FOR 


BEST 


RESULTS- 




CALL HULSE! 


Vi 


sit Augusta 


's Most Modern 


LAUNDRY and 


DRY CLEANING 




PLANT 




Dial 


3-4451 



Compliments 




of 




B & B Lumber & Supply 


Co. 


Lumber and Building Materia 


s 


Yard and Office — 1245 D'Antignac St. 


Corner 13tli 





Phone 6-5204 — \Ye Deliver 

Monte Sano Hardware 

Paint — i lardware 

Sporting Goods 

1428 Monte Sano Avenue 

C. E. Blanchard 

Augusta. Georgia 



Benney Philpot's 
Market and Grocery 

Prime .Meals — (Juality Groceries 
522 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



A. M 


. McAuliffe Chas. I. 


(Mike) Mell, Jr. 


M( 


Auliffe Realty 


(^oni]>ain 




REAL E.STATE — 1 


{ENTLXG 


L\SL'R.\NCE — SURETY B( )NDS 


.^07 


Broad St. ,' 


Phone 2-6086 




Augusta, Genr 


gia 



In the days when King Tut and his harem were learning the shag, 
and laying the pattern for the Casanovas to come, some serious minded in- 
tellectual of the ancients decided to place on record the v rtues of building 
with clay. Even then, during the dawn of history, the durability of brick 
as manufactured by the industrious Israelites was well known. 

In proof of this, we offer the inscription found on a tablet at Das- 
hur, which is located a l.ttle south of Cairo, Egypt. This tablet is on one 
of the great pyramids of that region. It bears the following inscription: 

"Disparage me not b}- comparing me with pyramids built of stone. 
I am as much superior to them as Ammon 's superior to the rest of the 
deities. I am constructed of brick made from mud, which adhered to the 
ends of poles, and was drawn up from the bottom of the lake." 

We admit that all of the above produces a fond glint in our eyes. 

Merrj Brothers Brick &Tile Co. 

The South's Largest Manufacturer of 
Structural Clay Products 

Established in 1899 
Augusta, Georgia 



Hutcheson-Bentley 
Furniture 

914 Telfair Street 

Phone 2-9995 
Augusta, Georgia 



LEROY'S MARKET 

Tender Meats — Groceries 

Fresh Produce 

1859 Central Avenue 

-Augusta. Georgia 

Phone 3-6404 





Compliments 




of 


T. 


M. MAHONEY 


Wrestling Promoter 





Te 


Icphune 4-3551 


WllliX \()l- 


F.CILD OR REMODEL 






Th.'nk of 




Perkins Luniljer Co. 




\' EK 


XI )X MADDOX 


(.19 - 


13th .St. 


.\ugusta, Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS OF 




RADIO 1480 



TELEVISIOX — Channel 12 



CARR'S OF AUGUSTA 


960 Broad Street 




AUGUSTA-S LARGEST 


AND 


LEADINX. SPECIALTY 


SHOP 



Dial 4-5417 




Silbeit Auto Supply 


Co. 


214-218 Sixth Street 




Augusta, Georgia 





Augusta Mill Supply 
Company 

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 

BELTING— PIPE— STEEL 

TOOLS — VALVES 

Phones 2-4657 or 2-4658 



636 - 11th St. 



.XuRUsta. Ga. 



Compliments of 

THE PIT 

'Barbecue at its Best" 



LASETER'S 

Medical Arts 

PHARMACY 

I 'hone 4-7784 
Mcdiral Arts Bltlg. Augusta. Ga. 



The red and yellow wrapper is vour 

guarantee of bread of the 

hii;hc>t i|uaiily 




Ifl^flS^'^. 



■~^,' 



Tile South's finest liread since 1841 



OF AUGUSTA, Inc. 

UXDERWOOD PRODUCTS 

A. B. DICK. PRODUCTS 

Joe Bruker 

527 - 13th Street Phone 2-3513 



C(^npaiulaihns Seni&fis 

We are proud that we were selected to furnish your commencement invitations, 
cards, diplomas and caps and gowns. 

STAR ENGRAVING COMPANY 

HOUSTON, TEXAS 

John J. Brazzeal, Representative 

Box 3568, Station B 

Savannah, Georgia 



HoUoway Tire & 
Recapjjing Company 

1260 Reynolds Street 

— Distributors — 

Goodrich Se'berling 

Pennslvvania Tires 



SIG COX 

REFRIGERATION 

AIR CONDITIONING 

AUTOMATIC HEATING 

1565 Broad St. Phone 2-3556 

Augusta. Georgia 

N'ORK PRODUCTS 



Marlnit 


Milling Co., 


Ltd. 


FAIR\VA^- l)|-.P|-.XDABLE 




FEEDS 






Augusta, Ga. 





Visit 


STAR LUGGAGE SHOP'S 


Xcw Location - 726 P.road Street 


Across from the Mimumcnt 


For 


jc«ch\, llandl>a.t,'s. l,ui;«a!,'c. Gifts 



Compliments 



of 



GENERAL TIRE & 
SUPPLY CO. 

Broad at 12th Street 
Phone 2-6641 



724 Broad Street 

"The home of Smart Junior Drc- 
for the smart junior Miss." 



Dollar for Dollar 
you cAn't beat a 

jPoniiae 



Pontiac blaster Auto Service 



1027 Telfair St. 



Motor Oil; 
Fuel Oils 



( ircascs 
Chemicals 



Sanitary Supplies 

Your trade solicited and 
appreciated 

PHOENIX OIL 
COiAIPANY 



625 Fifth Street 



Aufjusta. V,:\. 



— SINCE 1889 — 
"Buy Best— Build Better" 

Auijiista Liimhcr Co. 

Building Materials 

l.uml>cr Mill Work 

903 Eightth Street 

Augusta. Georgia 



VLGUSTA BOTTLERS 
ASSOCIATION 



\IT,rsT.\ COCA-COLA P.oTTi.l.Xr. 

CO. 



\X.\DA DRV P.OTTI.IXG Cn., Inc 



'EPSI-COL.\ I'.OTTLIXG CO. 



ROYAL CROWX BOTTLIXG CO. 



Si:VEX-CP BOTTLIXG CO.. Inc. 



Slip Covers and Draperies Made to (Jrder 

MARKS FABRICS 

"Your Home Decorating Center" 

976 Broad Street Dial 4-1850 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 



of 



BOYS' CATHOLIC 

HIGH 

SCHOOL 





W\xke C. Ivey, Jr. 


w. 


C. Ivey Coal Company 




48 Years of Serving Augusta 




Coal — Fuel — f )il — Charcoal 


Dial 


2-8218 1009 Roberts St 




Augusta, (jeorgia 



FOR THK 


BEST 


TR^ 




SIMKINS 


SEEDS 


1129 Broad St. 


Call 2-: 


il7 



\%ilhps 



66 




Boardman 
Petroleum Co. 

Gordon Highway 

at 

Milledgeville 

Road 

Phone 6-6466 



Compliments 



of 



GREENES' INC. 



HOME OF 



CREAM-TEX MILK PRODUCTS 






If we work upon marble, it will perish: it we work upon brass, time will ef- 
face it. If we rear temples, they will crumble to dust. But if we work on 
men's immortal minds, if we imbue them with high principles, with the just 
fear of God and love of their fellow-men. we engrave on those tablets some- 
thing which no time can efface, and which will brighten and brighten to all 
eternity. 

Daniel Webster 

Speech at Faneuil Hall, May 1852 



Compliment.'; of 

Ednuinds Drug Co. 

510 Broad Street Phone 2-685.=; 

"i'niir Drugfijist to Down Town 

Edimiiifls & Jones 
Druggists 

201 Milled.sje Road 

Your Drugg^ist to West End 

Phone 6-2545 

"In Bu.siness For Your Health" 

Augusta. Georgia 



Uinl _'-.0S8 


E. B. Satcher, Jr. 


l'.l-..\K \\lll-:iCL .\LIG\MK.\T 


I'K.XMI-: STRAIGHTENING 


WHEKL BALANCING 


cHXi'.K.M, ri:p.\ir work 


TIRE SKIMMING 


l_'l 5-1 7-19 Reynolds St. Augusta. Ga. 



MANER BUILDERS 

SUPPLY c:o. 

1494 \Vrightsl)0TO Road .\ugusta, Ga. 
Phone 4-5466 



Cuniplinients 

.of 

Empire Furniture (^o. 

"COMPLETE HOUSEIH )l,l) 

ECkXISHINGS" 

Ijni - 3 I'.road Street 

Dial 2-54,35 




SERVICE STORE 



McDonald's 



1407 Monte Sano 



Dial 3-4481 



Roberts 


Motor 


Company 


15th at Broad 




Dial 4-1424 


At 


jgusta, Georgia 


De Soto 




Plymouth 


Fat 


tor)- Authorized 


SALES 


— 


SERVICE 



COLLEGE PHARMACY 



1801 Walton Way 



Dial 3-3687 



Augusta, Georgia 









Compliments of 










SOUTHERN 


ROAD 


BUn^DERS, 


INC. 










General Contractors 






P. 


o. 


Box 1129 




Telphones 6-8433 and 6 


-8434 








Kedimix 


Plant 












Telephone 


2-8534 







Conijilimcnts 



of 



A Friend 



Belmont Restaurant 

24- i lour Sorxice 

Stndi-nts' 

Rendezvous Place 

Phones 2-9398 and 2-6796 

716 Broad Street 

Augusta, (ieorgia 





CO.MPLIMEXTS OF 




SOUTHERN 


LUBRICATING 

Distributors of 


COMPANY 


CITIES SERVICE PRODCCTS — \ \1. 


\ OLIXE OIL 



CONGRATULATIONS 


Axn 


BEST WISHES 


TO Till-: 


&cu^ 0^ /956 


FROM 


FRIENDS OF THE STAFF 



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'IIOXES; 1-(A\(>- 2-6417 



747 ELLIS STRICET 



ACGUSTA, GA. 



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